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SubjectRe: - uptime related crashes?
Hello all,

On 01:56 Mon 16 May , Faidon Liambotis wrote:
> > and Peter Zijlstra asked there, whether reporters systems were running
> > some RT tasks. Then I realised that all of my four crashed boxes were
> > pacemaker/corosync clusters and pacemaker uses lots of RT priority
> > tasks. So I believe this is important, and might be reason why other
> > machines seem to be running rock solid - they are not running any RT
> > tasks. It also might help with hunting this bug. Is somebody of You
> > also running some RT priority tasks on inflicted systems, or problem
> > also occured without it?
> No, no RT tasks here. The boxes in my case were just running a lot of
> kvm processes.

Actually we are running multipathd, which is an RT process and heavily loaded
on these particular systems.


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