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Linux Hanging with disable Error Output

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Hello Experts

My Linux device keeps on hanging with the error message below.When I try to enter a command nothing happens.

Can someone let me know whats happening

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It could be a hardware problem with the cpu/mobo/something-like-that.; performing full hardware diagnostics against the machine is generally the only method to rule this out
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madunix

Thanks for responding.

Can you let me know how to perform full hardware diagnostic?

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To have a complete hardware diagnostic, you can check with the server vendor regarding the diagnostic tools for the specific hardware and model no.   If you want to check the health of OS, You can use sar to collect, report, or save system activity information such as:
* CPU / IO / System / Nice / Idle percentages
* Network Traffic / Network Errors
* Load Average and Run queue
* Interupts
* Memory Free / Cached / Buffered / Swapped
* Device usage per Major/Minor number
* And many others.

https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/Collect_and_report_Linux_System_Activity_Information_with_sar
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thanks a lot that solved the problem
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