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No user logged during the time betwen the reboots. Then I rebooted just to make sure it holds. As to if something is missing, I will begin to cross compare now. 0 Message Author Comment by:systemssupply2008-03-16 here are all services: Name Status Startup Type Adaptec Storage Manager Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL my review here

When we opened the cabinet and checked the server hardware and noticed there was only one power supply we knew we were on the right track. If one of our other consultants did change something they are not telling. We are closed today so really there is no load at all and it is still rebooting. This is a production server and has not had any modifications (updates etc) in the recent past. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/1c0662ef-2922-4ec1-82db-bdee7ef529cf/event-id-6008-windows-server-2003-server-reboot?forum=winservergen

The Previous System Shutdown At Was Unexpected. Server 2003

When the single power supply failed the server shutdown with not much evidence if the cause. I'm beginning to run out of software solutions so I think we can try to investigate hardwareproblems :-s 1. Can you recall the last thing you did on this server? It might be a good idea to do so.

  1. Can you take the hood off the case and ventilate th MB area?
  2. I usually type a reason when I restart, and I have seen error codes when I go to the console after an unexpected restart.
  3. I have also noticed that for an hour or two before the reboot, no new entires are made into any of the event viewer logs.
  4. Shouldn't it be about 40 celsius. 0 Message Author Comment by:systemssupply2008-03-16 With my home made CPU fan we are at 44c.
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  6. Check your memoy http://oca.microsoft.com/en/windiag.asp or http://www.memtest86.com/ Can you give us the type of server you use?
  7. As i see the lack of new events prior to the reboot, it is difficult to troubleshoot so any input woudl be great.
  8. First check the server whether it is configured for dump file or not.

this is under control pane> system> advanced tab> startup recovery options. That said I think that I may need a MB. Also when i check the fan speed this server is much slower 1600rpm v 4000 on the others (again server room hot today). Event Id 6008 Windows Server 2008 R2 Unexpected Shutdown Then, I found out that you guys were already a couple steps ahead of me.

Question: I changed the server not to reboot on failure but it is, any ideas as to why? 0 Message Author Comment by:systemssupply2008-03-15 Update: I found an event entry this Event Id 6008 Windows Server 2003 R2 I guess it was the APC monitor applciation that might've caused this as we did swap the UPS around. First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/950323 Login.

To fix this problem you might want to look at this post and create a domain policy that prevents Windows Updates, or WSUS servers, from rebooting the machine upon installing updates: Event Id 6008 Windows Server 2012 R2 Highfive and Dolby Voice deliver the best video conferencing and audio experience for every meeting and every room. I can leave this one open in the rack for the time being trying to find a fan now. Have you installed latest drivers and firmwares from Dell?

Event Id 6008 Windows Server 2003 R2

I am checking the server every hour or so, waiting for it to fail, with my luck it will run for 3 weeks now without issue. 0 LVL 38 Overall: You can also try (if it is a software problem): 1. The Previous System Shutdown At Was Unexpected. Server 2003 Not the answer you're looking for? Event Id 6008 Windows Server 2008 Unexpected Shutdown Install Dell Openmanage and run hardware system checks and look at the openmanage log after the unexpected shutdown.Miguel Fra | Falcon IT Services, Miami, FL www.falconitservices.com | www.falconits.com | Blog

Googling the event ID mainly points out to heat issue or some sort of memory failure but this server is on a virtualised environment (VmWare esxi 4.1) along with its companion http://pubdimensions.com/windows-server/windows-server-2003-kdc-error-27.php Maybe you need to try another PSU. Do you have multiple information in the system event logs that say install complete? then you can reference the event id as mentioned to find out any solution.s share|improve this answer answered Jul 2 '09 at 18:16 dasko 82411628 add a comment| up vote 0 Event Id 6008 Windows Server 2008 R2

Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time? Of course this one is near the bottom so I am off to play rack games now. 0 LVL 38 Overall: Level 38 Windows Server 2003 33 Message Accepted Solution Any suggestions? ------------------------------------  Event Type: Error Event Source: EventLog Event Category: None Event ID: 6008 Date:  18/08/2013 Time:  10:10:15 AM User:  N/A Computer: XXXXXX Description: The previous system shutdown at 8:14:13 get redirected here Could it be that the PSU slowely reducing it's power?

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What is perplexing me is there are no real event errors in the SYSTEM event logs, no BSODs, and there doesn't appear to be an application hung in the reboot after

Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. The hardware is a HP DL 380 G5 and I did run diagnostic tool and all looked good from hardware perspective. I know this doesn't help resolve the issue as to why the computer is shutting down. The Previous System Shutdown Was Unexpected Server 2008 Do you have new info? 0 LVL 38 Overall: Level 38 Windows Server 2003 33 Message Expert Comment by:ChiefIT2008-03-16 Yep, I think we might be on a good troubleshooting track:

Some get there quicker than others, based on age, manufacturer, usage and several other factors. Now we have a dual power supply set up and no more shutdowns. 0 This discussion has been inactive for over a year. Thinking it may be a bad MB. useful reference I should now more in 6 hours or so, see if it stabilizes. 0 LVL 13 Overall: Level 13 Windows Server 2003 3 Message Expert Comment by:Richard_de_groot2008-03-16 Fingers crossed :-)

Downl. What can I make out of this event log?