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SubjectRe: unexplained high load


On Wed, 10 Jan 2001, Hacksaw wrote:

> > .nfs0000000000ca402500000006
> >
> > so i think there is some lock from the nfs server or client
> >
> > will try to restart nfs client
> > and see if this fixes it.
> >
>
> Most likely you will have to restart the nfs server on the other side as well,
> but it's worth a try.
tried it, didn't fix it
so i'll have to upgrade kernel and reboot
will do this this weekend, think the box can survive a few days (it has
112 days uptime now)

>
> Tripwire watches the checksum of the binaries you deem important, and
> complains if they change. There are a few things like it.
ah ok
have heard about it yeah

>
> See http://freshmeat.net/search/?q=tripwire
>
>
>

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