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rule 834 reboot

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Posted by: Hichhiker

I have noticed that over last few days my SAT-T60 (1x120GB, Turbonet)rebooted several times, including today as I was watching it. I grabbed the logs to see if anyone has any idea as to what is wrong. Some searching indicated that "rule 834" is usually due to hard drive but the tell-tale hdd error entries usually found in those logs are not on my machine. Plus its a fairly new drive (4-5 mos). Instead I gete this "mom" messages right before the reboot. There are 86 of them, I cut out all but the first and last, but they are all similar

What is mom process? what do these entries mean?

Here are the logfile excerpts:

kernel logfile
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May 30 00:14:37 (none) kernel: Tmk Assertion Failure:
May 30 00:14:37 (none) kernel: nextEvent, line 801 ()
May 30 00:14:37 (none) kernel: Tmk Fatal Error: Thread Mediaswitch1 <142> died due to signal -2

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tverr logfile

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May 30 00:14:37 (none) mom[142]: 0 SID 1 len 0 Type: ET_OTHER stime 0 addr (nil)
...
May 30 00:14:37 (none) mom[142]: 85 SID e0 len 4 Type: ET_CONT stime 0 addr 0x30013958
May 30 00:14:37 (none) TmkAssertionFailure[142]: (nextEvent, line 801 ())
May 30 00:14:37 (none) Mediaswitch1[142]: Tmk Fatal Error: Thread Mediaswitch1 <142> died due to signal -2
May 30 00:14:37 (none) Mediaswitch1[142]: Tmk Thread Backtrace: 1ad0738 1acf054 1c899f0 1c90e7c 1bc620c 1bc64c8 1bdbfb0 1bdd3ac 1bdd464 1bdc158 1bc56d0 1943438 1bbe024 1bbdd2c 1bbc1c0 192deb4 1bb700c 18e7144 1d936c0 1d93780 1d93834 1bb2140 1cfc848 1800134
May 30 00:14:37 (none) Mediaswitch1[142]: Tmk Fatal Error: Thread died due to signal -2
May 30 00:14:37 (none) Mediaswitch1[142]: Invoking rule 834: rebooting system
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Thanks,

-H



Posted by: jafa

You have run afoul of rule 834... now you are being punished!

Step 1 - run a full disk diag. The hard drive manufacturers site will have a diag program.

If that passes then it could be that the database is a little confused. You can force a dadabase "scandisk":
http://www.silicondust.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=321

If you don't have telnet access then search around this forum - there is a remote button sequence you can enter while powering on that will force the same check.

Nick



Posted by: gtrogue

I was having the same problem. I changed the channels that both tuners were tuned to and the reboots stopped.

What show were you watching/recording? Could an improperly encoded show/channel cause a DTivo to reboot?



Posted by: Hichhiker

quote:
Originally posted by jafa
You have run afoul of rule 834... now you are being punished!

Step 1 - run a full disk diag. The hard drive manufacturers site will have a diag program.

If that passes then it could be that the database is a little confused. You can force a dadabase "scandisk":
http://www.silicondust.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=321

If you don't have telnet access then search around this forum - there is a remote button sequence you can enter while powering on that will force the same check.

Nick



I have telnet access (thanks to TurboNet ;) ) and I run the mfscheck - I got . The only thing that looked at all strange was this:

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May 31 21:27:08 (none) kernel: Inode table collision details
May 31 21:27:08 (none) kernel: 10242 hash collisions in node table.
May 31 21:27:08 (none) kernel: 6 hash collisions in longest run.
May 31 21:27:08 (none) kernel: 4 hash collisions in longest busy run.
May 31 21:27:08 (none) kernel: 687 files aren't in their primary hash locations.
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but I am guessing this is normal because I got 0 for all error and warning counts and nothing stands out in kernel log. There has been no reboots since my last post, so maybe it was a fluke or maybe gtrogue has a point and it was some channel one of the tuners were pointing to that caused these reboots. I doubt it was a playback issue since 2 of 3 reboots happaned when noone was watching it, and the third time after reboot I re-watched the end of the show (including spot where it rebooted) without an issue

Either way, I'll be keeping my eye on it.

Thanks for help.

-H




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