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Re: [TEKNIK] Hvordan ser man med dmesg at en nedlukning er sket? -Tak!



On Thu, 21 Jun 2007 01:57:56 +0200, Jan Trøjgaard <sslug@sslug> wrote:

Michael Schmidt wrote:

On Wed, 20 Jun 2007 21:51:38 +0200, Jørgen Heesche <sslug@sslug>
wrote:

Michael Schmidt wrote:
Retter lige en blomst i emne/overskrift:
Jeg mener selvfølgelig hvordan jeg vha. dmesg kan se hvad, der var
årsag til en uhensigtsmæsig nedlukning af systemet



Du skal se i /var/log/messages, ikke dmesg.
Tak! -så kan jeg også se hvornår det gik galt...
noget tyder på at den eksterne disk er syg.

Jun 20 15:10:33 A31p kernel: EXT2-fs warning: mounting unchecked fs,
running e2fsck is recommended
Prøv at lægge mærke til den ovenstående linje, du kan evt. prøve at køre
e2fsck, som root, efterfølgende kan du prøve at backoppe igen og se om det hjalp at, køre e2fsck.


Hint: man e2fsck
Har prøvet at lave et check med:
sslug@sslug zmit]# e2fsck -n -cc /dev/sda1

Men det blev aldrig færdig.
Til gængæld tror jeg at jeg har opdaget hvad, der går galt - eller rettere i dette tilfælde fungerer...


Jun 21 02:26:40 A31p kernel: Critical temperature reached (95 C), shutting down.
Jun 21 02:26:40 A31p kernel: Critical temperature reached (95 C), shutting down.
Jun 21 02:26:40 A31p shutdown[7763]: shutting down for system halt
Jun 21 02:26:40 A31p powersaved[3276]: WARNING (checkTemperatureStateChanges:211) Temperature state changed to critical.
Jun 21 02:26:40 A31p init: Switching to runlevel: 0


Min bedagede klaptop kan tilsyneladende ikke klare sommervarmen :(
Vil nu iværksæte en adskillelse og "støvsugning" af dens indre i håb om det vil hjælpe.


Tak for hjælp og vejledning.

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