[MAINT] Network Work on Code Sunday, Oct 1, 1-4pm EDT
warlord at MIT.EDU
Fri Oct 6 09:39:20 EDT 2017
David Carlson <david.carlson.417 at gmail.com> writes:
> Is it possible to read event logs and determine that some pieces of equipment
> are definitely not causing the problem?
Well, if I unplug or otherwise disable the VM server then the problem
goes away. Similarly, if I shutdown two of the VMs (the two that
generate the most traffic, by the way), the problem goes away. I tried
rebuilding one of the VMs and swapped over to that one (to test if,
perhaps, the VM had been hacked).. The problem did not go away.
SO.. I have ordered a new network card for the server which should
arrive tomorrow. HOPEFULLY that will solve the problem. We'll know soon.
> David C
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