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is your msp crashing


Phixion
25-08-2013, 17:06
Did you install the Realtek drivers? Mine did crash but it's been rock solid since.

RapidSeeds
25-08-2013, 17:03
Did you turn off speedstep?

After reading your other thread I disabled speedstep on my windows box.
Guess what happened?

It stopped responding to pings 3 hours later.

I have now re-enabled speedstep.

macole111
25-08-2013, 15:42
I would let OVH install the latest BOIS and reinstall on their Kernel and see if it is stable.

Then you can try your kernel, although speed-step is there for a reason and I can't see that many cases where it needs to be disabled. I would prefer a slightly slower CPU that was more stable.

-macole111

RogEnk
25-08-2013, 13:38
I have an MSP in BHS, delivered within 40 minutes a few days ago, still waiting for its twin in RBX

Are you able to trigger the crash at will?
If so let me know how and I will see if I can replicate.

What OS are you using, I have moved from Ubuntu/Debian to Centos now and am using the non OVH variant with the updated Realtek NIC drivers.

Trapper
25-08-2013, 12:27
HI,

This may not help, but I have an "SP Best of", which has been rock solid... I am running W2008 R2 Web...

~Trap

rizuk
25-08-2013, 02:53
seems http://forums.ovh.net/showthread.php?t=90199&page=14
its crashing a lot no matter what i do

got a ticket update

Dear customer,

You kernel and your bios are not updated, which caused an
unstability with your motherboard model.

Regarding kernel,here is the appropriate version:
ftp://ftp.ovh.net/made-in-ovh/bzImage/test/3.10.7/

please update your kernel with the following guide or just
restart on our netboot bzimage which is already
updated: http://help.ovh.co.uk/KernelNetboot

Regarding bios,please confirm your agreement for an
intervention aiming to update your bios by a datacentre
technician.

Now i do not want to install the latest ovh kernel some people saying you can not disable speedstep and run all cores on performance

anyone had these problems