I'm trying to figure out a problem on a server that was super
well-behaved for months (if not years). It keeps restarting for no
apparent reason. It is Netware 6.5 (Small Business Suite), shows
version 5.70.03. It has restarted about 5 times in the last 4 hours.
Once the server boots up, it appears to run well. There are about 12

It started this out of the blue. I cleaned out dust and looked at
things inside, and it stopped until this morning, when the site
experienced a power outage. When the power came back on, this started
up again.

The server is a file/print server, runs Symantec A/V, CA Arcserve,
Btrieve database, and FaxServe. There's plenty of disk space. The
primary application it serves is Great Plains Accounting for DOS.

The abend log file is empty.
The only thing showing in the server heath file is a complaint of
failed logins (which I think is a print server that needs a reset
after the server restarts).

I'm wondering where to look for clues as to the problem.

Its running in a Compaq Proliant. It has two gigs of RAM, a mirrored
pair for SYS and a RAID for data.

I'm trying to figure out what is causing it to reboot.