View Full Version : [ubuntu] Ubuntu 8.04 hangs up several times within hours after upgrading kernel to 2.6.24.x!
October 28th, 2008, 10:54 AM
After auto-upgrade kernel to 2.6.24 level, I experienced system overall hangs up several time within hours. Can anyone help me out? I just moved from windows to Ubuntu, and would like to use it instead of Windows. I don't want to back to Windows cause of unstable Ubuntu performance. So pls help me out! Thanks!
What kind of information I should provide here for analysis? Please kindly advise and let me know what commands used to collect those info. thanks a lot!
October 28th, 2008, 12:48 PM
Thatīs why I donīt like to upgrade the kernel. Iīd rather reinstall a new version of the whole system.
Maybe you should post what your system logs says. Some examples:
=> /var/log/messages : General log messages
=> /var/log/boot : System boot log
=> /var/log/debug : Debugging log messages
=> /var/log/auth.log : User login and authentication logs
=> /var/log/daemon.log : Running services such as squid, ntpd and others log message to this file
=> /var/log/dmesg : Linux kernel ring buffer log
=> /var/log/dpkg.log : All binary package log includes package installation and other information
=> /var/log/faillog : User failed login log file
=> /var/log/kern.log : Kernel log file
=> /var/log/lpr.log : Printer log file
=> /var/log/mail.* : All mail server message log files
=> /var/log/mysql.* : MySQL server log file
=> /var/log/user.log : All userlevel logs
=> /var/log/xorg.0.log : X.org log file
=> /var/log/apache2/* : Apache web server log files directory
=> /var/log/lighttpd/* : Lighttpd web server log files directory
=> /var/log/fsck/* : fsck command log
=> /var/log/apport.log : Application crash report / log file
To view log files at shell prompt:
tail -f /var/log/apport.log
grep -i fail /var/log/boot
October 30th, 2008, 04:06 PM
Found pattern of hanging up. Every time it hangs up, along with using TightVNC to connect to remote machine.
Is there any unspeak problem between tightvnc and ubuntu?
I checked those logs, beside ACPI error(I think it's unrelated to my hangs, since every boot, that error appears), no other obvious findings.
October 30th, 2008, 06:08 PM
I couldn't even use the new kernel, installed fine and everything, but after compiling the Mad WiFi driver for my Atheros card, it throws a kernel panic upon booting (http://oesediez.blogspot.com/2008/10/kernel-dance-got-sour.html), and it didn't fixed the problems with USB after hibernate/ suspend either (http://oesediez.blogspot.com/2008/09/ubuntu-on-compaq-presario-f700-4.html), so I'm still running with '2.6.24-19-generic'.
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