887RE: [nslu2-general] Re: NSLU Reliability question
- Mar 1, 2005I've never had a problem with the NSLU stop responding, but I've had the
"won't turn off" -problem several times. As Donna says, the power chord is
the only option if you can't get into it and shut it down. It hsa happened,
however, that the actual power down came more than 15 mins after i pressed
the button and heard the beep. Maybe quota checking going on? Turn in off to
The journaling file system is supposed to deal well with situations. I have,
however, observed a number of cases where the conf partition is corrupted
beyond repair (superblock failure and even unknown partition label). Strange
thing that the swap and data partitions still are recognizable. I've
disabled all Linksys disk handling and mount manually. Knock on wood.
From: donna foley [mailto:dontbfooled2000@...]
Sent: 2. mars 2005 00:10
Subject: [nslu2-general] Re: NSLU Reliability question
> Probably not having it reboot each day.
> What does the NSLU2 have to do with your web access?
> Sounds like some other problem on your LAN.
> I wont power down? Pull power cord..... Relaod the
> firmware and if still a problem return the unit for
> --- In email@example.com, "scottkal"
> <skallen@p...> wrote:
> > My NSLU2 is updated to 2.3 Release 29. I have it set
> > to reboot
> > day.
> > It's been running for a few weeks since the update just
> > fine. Today, she's not accepting network connections.
> > I can ping the unit, but no web access and no
> > connections.
> > I press the power button and it beeps nicely at me.
> > Nothing happens. Anyone else have an issue like this?
> > Moreover, anyone have any ideas as to what I can do to
> > make this a more reliable NAS?
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Scott
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