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Windows server 2008 R2 restarts Automatically

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Dear all,

Kindly i have strange behavior with windows server 2008 R2 installed on 3 servers hosting Oracle 10g  10.3  on each server running the following services:-

- Oracle Frhome1AScontrol.
- OracleFrhomeprocessManager.

what makes me confusing the 3 servers restarts in the same time and starts  again with out any errors  also event viewer didn't contain any errors to any service looks like a human behavior  , please advice.
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by:Chris Millard
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Are there any consistencies with the restarts? Do they always happen at a specific time, or are they random?

I've had some issues with a server restarting, and it turned out that it was the network card driver causing the server to blue screen and restart.

Check to see if you have any dump files, and if so, there are a couple of free crash dump analyser programs that may help identify a problem.
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I would check the event logs you should see some type of security indicator that states the server was shutdown by this service or it hand a shutdown that wasn't suppose to happen
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i found  this event,

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Around that time is there any other messages, warnings, or errors to help indicated what is going on
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