DNS/Email transfer problem; sender's domain doesn't exist??
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Wed Jul 14 20:20:47 UTC 2004
Lennart Sorensen wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 14, 2004 at 11:44:15AM -0400, Madison Kelly wrote:
>> My pDNS server ate it's own hard drives... 4 scsi drives in RAID 5
>>with a hot spare and I lost two drives... bloody hell! I'm setting up a
>>replacement box now and I'll see if that solves the problem.
>> Shouldn't the slave server though be enough to keep mail routing though?
> I would have thought so, but for some reason things didn't seem to be
> resolving from the second server. I don't really understand why.
> Do you have a script to notify you of disk failures? It's surprising
> that two disks would go at the same time.
> Lennart Sorensen
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I got a new server up so I am hoping to problem is fixed (I had to leave
before testing). I think the Adaptec controller did something because
when I tried to revive the system it ate another drive just after
re-installing FC2 (for a total of three dead ones). So, either my
server's PSU is toast (though not likely because the rest of the machine
is still fine) or the scsi controller is either toast or frying the
drives. I haven't looked into it closely yet.
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