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Error: critical sectioning prevents requested fatfs operation

All day today we have had problems with our NW6.5Sp3 servers crashing out
with this error:- "ERROR: critical sectioning prevents requested fatfs
operation". The server need rebooting and they are ok then for a random
amount of time before they crash again. We have 20 or so servers on the
network but this error is only affecting a few of the NW6.5 SP3 server's
with the new server.exe and NSS 3A files.

These server's have been in place for weeks with no errors and doing a
packet capture on the network reveals no wierd traffic. I'd look at the DOS
partition but as it is happening on different servers in different subnets I
doubt this is the problem. They are mostly Dell PowerEdge 4600 by the way.

Any ideas? TIA


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Matt Hudson Wrote:
> All day today we have had problems with our NW6.5Sp3 servers crashing
> out
> with this error:- "ERROR: critical sectioning prevents requested fatfs
> operation". The server need rebooting and they are ok then for a
> random
> amount of time before they crash again. We have 20 or so servers on
> the
> network but this error is only affecting a few of the NW6.5 SP3
> server's
> with the new server.exe and NSS 3A files.
>
> These server's have been in place for weeks with no errors and doing a
> packet capture on the network reveals no wierd traffic. I'd look at
> the DOS
> partition but as it is happening on different servers in different
> subnets I
> doubt this is the problem. They are mostly Dell PowerEdge 4600 by the
> way.
>
> Any ideas? TIA


Hi, i have the some problem with nw65sp3 server. After two days i
change power supply. After changing server is working normaly.


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