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    SubjectRe: More oops detail
    On Fri, Aug 07, 1998 at 09:30:00AM +0200, Rogier Wolff wrote:
    > This is the cause of the crash. Could be hardware (read
    > http://www.bitwizard.nl/sig11/), but I doubt it....
    Well, when attempting to start up Winblows it crashed with a VXD
    error. Going in safe mode reveals 'unreliable XMS memory at location'
    blah so I'm pretty sure its the RAM, it's happened to me once before
    and it was right the last time. I'm goign to go replace the ram this
    weekend, that'll probably fix it.

    > Run this through "ksymoops". Or have klogd do that for you.
    Apologies for not doing this (as many others suggested) but it
    was hard to keep the machine going long enough just to get a telnet
    out and paste the oops into an email. Had it not been so frequent and
    hosed the system, I would have gone through the steps others mentioned.

    I somehow doubt it's the kernel at fault nwo that I look back at it.
    2.0.33, 2.035pre1, and 2.1.115pre2 all exhibited teh same behavior.
    All of them worked fine before last night. Oh well.

    Thanks for the help.

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    Brian Almeida <brian@cicat.com> http://web.terminus.cicat.com
    Programmer/Systems Administrator
    CICAT Networks 9900 Main Street, Suite 301 Fairfax, VA 22031
    cicat@cicat.com http://www.cicat.com/
    "People who don't understand UNIX are doomed to recreate it, badly."

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