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    SubjectRe: Linux Stability & cold.system
    >I've been (unofficially, of course) collecting stress scripts since a
    >similar thread back in September. I'm hoping to put together a
    >package of them around Christmastime for everyone's enjoyment.
    >Naturally, I'm looking for additional suggestions from everyone on the
    >list; what are the "killer scripts" and other killer workload
    >generators you use to torture those "small, fuzzy kernels"? ;-)

    I have found that Byte Unix Benchmark causes oopses and other kernel faults
    the most easily; the second problem source is make zImage or some other
    bigger compilation (though I traced that it was bad BIOS settings that
    made my kernel to fault, but this doesn't obsolete the fact that BUB
    reveals easily problems).

    | Tuukka Toivonen <tuukkat@stekt.oulu.fi>
    | Homepage: http://stekt.oulu.fi/~tuukkat/
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    | Studying information engineering at the University of Oulu
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