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Re: Qube2 slowly dies

To: Florian Fainelli <>
Subject: Re: Qube2 slowly dies
From: Glyn Astill <>
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 14:24:57 +0000 (GMT)
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Hi Florian,

> From: Florian Fainelli <>

> Determine which process consumes all that memory. Can you
> describe which 
> programs you are running on your Qube2 ?

That's exactly it - I couldn't see anything using excessive memory.

> I have been running linux-mips git builds for about a year
> and half now on my 
> Qube2 without any troubles, the box serves as NFS/FTP
> server and works pretty 
> well and sustains bandwidth.

Thats good to hear anyway.

> My guess is that you are having a hardware problem or the
> box might not be 
> cooled as it should be.

I have 2 qubes, both cooled properly and both have run netbsd as solid as a 
rock for the past 3 years. My usual yearly upgrade routine is prepare a fresh 
qube and switch them, when I do this I normally have 1 year+ uptime.

I should mention that I've been using this qube with netbsd without issue for 

> If you want, you can test the
> following kernel which 
> I have been running on this qube2 for some months: 

Thanks, I will have a go with one of those - I'll have to lookup my notes on 
preparing a kernel for debian though.

If it is not the kernel though (I suspect it is not) Any Ideas what I should be 
looking at to catch whatever is causing this? I've checked memory usage, turned 
off dma, and there isn't much IO load.  As it's a qube there's plenty of CPU 



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