is it likely that the receipt of such an interrupt would case
directory access to lock up, in turn causing any programs using that
directory to become locked and unkillable ?
The only cure I have found so far is a 13-amp fix and a lorra luck !!
[email]tonyaplawrence.com[/email] wrote in message news:<bdfis0$qu2$1pcls4.std.com>...> Simon Redwood <sredwoodpeters-books.co.uk> wrote:>> >I am running OpenServer 5.0.6. I often find a message on the console:
> >NOTICE: Sdsk: Spurious interrupt.>> >It appears that if this should happen during my tape backup the system
> >becomes unstable. I find that the backup never finishes and cannot be
> >killed, whichever directory I am in becomes unlistable.
> >If this happens to be a database directory then any program tryinbg to
> >access the data becomes locked.>> >We normally run with about 60-70 users so rebotting the system, when I
> >arrive is not an option.>> >Does anyone have any experience with this message. In particular
> >where can I find a solution to my problem.
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