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    SubjectRe: Debugging hard lockups (hardware?)
    On 06 Apr 2003 22:04:55 +0100
    Alan Cox <alan@lxorguk.ukuu.org.uk> wrote:

    > On Sul, 2003-04-06 at 21:29, Arador wrote:
    > > I've a similar hang; no oops; no sysrq; no NMI messages;
    > > But mine only happens under 2.5; since long time ago.
    > > The one strange thing is that it seems that it's not hanged;
    > > since the X pointer moves in 3-5 seconds intervals (it even
    > > change the shape in the window's corners).
    >
    > So its not hanging, but acting like something gets burning
    > CPU. If you can duplicate this in non X next time it occurs
    > use right-alt or shift or ctrl and scrolllock get some data
    > on what its doing.

    It doesn't work either :( (sorry for the delay, but i use
    X quite a lot and took me a while to reproduce it again in console)

    The description is above....a hang that happens randomly in 2.5
    from ages; both with and without X; no sysrq or NMI messages....
    now i checked that right-alt/shift/ctrl and scrolllock doesn't work...
    i suspect this might be a hardware failure; i should run it a while under
    2.4 to see if i get a similar behaviour....

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