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SubjectRe: Processes stuck in D state with autofs + smbfs
On 30 May 2002 10:36, Urban Widmark wrote:
> > I also have this in my kernel log:
> > May 26 06:33:16 fileserver kernel: Uhhuh. NMI received. Dazed and
> > confused, but trying to continue May 26 06:33:16 fileserver kernel: You
> > probably have a hardware problem with your RAM chips
> However, this error could (but I don't really know what the effects are of
> this) potentially stop a process at some random point. If a process
> crashes, for example an oops, while holding the semaphore that semaphore
> will still be held and everyone trying to get in will stop in D state.

AFAIK this message says CPU got a spurious NMI. It does not kill the task,
kernel logs this message and returns from NMI interrupt handler.

What does cat /proc/interrupts tell you?

NMI may be truly spurious or a hardware failure indication. Give your box
an overnight run of memtest86.
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