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    SubjectRe: The stability crisis
    On Tue, Jun 29, 1999 at 05:33:27PM -0600, wrote:
    > On Tue, 29 Jun 1999, Aaron Lehmann wrote:
    > > The machine is a Cyrix 6x86MX (no SMP) running RedHat 5.1 with most of the
    > > packages at either 5.2 or 6.0 versions. MTRR is enabled in the kernel but
    > > I haven't used it for anything yet so I would assume that it is not
    > > causing problems. I don't run X. No quotas.
    > I had a machine with a cyrix 6x86 pr200+ in it. I could barely get a week
    > uptime out of it without it crashing on 2.2.x kernels. However, the
    > crashes occured in a pretty regular pattern. It happened during periods
    > where the cpu had been been hammered on for several hours (0.50 load or
    > above). The cyrix 6x86 series have a real problem with overheating. The
    > set6x86 program is supposed to help keep the heat down, but when the load
    > is high it does absolutely no good.

    Another datapoint, I've a Cyrix 6x86 running contigniously for 12 days
    now, and its never idle. (Running rc5des /and/ framegrabbing a image
    from my outside camera every 30 seconds) The reason is only ran for
    12 days was because 2.2.10 came out and I (ofcourse) needed to upgrade.

    RH6.0; MTRR;BIGPHYSAREA;IPV6; egcs-1.1.2 compiled.

    Met vriendelijke groet,
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