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    SubjectRe: mysterious 2.0.33 crashes
    Raul Ocampo wrote:

    > Try to check out your RAM , you could be
    > suffering from defective RAM.

    FWIW (as I already told in another mail): I'm having the same type
    of problems on a system that happened to run for years without any
    unexpected crashes with 1.2.13. After upgrading to 2.0.32/33 (and
    with a complete new distribution, not based on glibc), the system
    mysteriously halts 1 or 2 times a week without _any_ message.

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