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SubjectRe: Hard lock with recent 2.6.0-test kernels
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tor 2003-09-11 klockan 16.25 skrev Fedor Karpelevitch:
> Thomas Svedberg wrote:
> > I first experienced total lockup with 2.6.0-test4-mm5 and have now
> > tried a few different ones. -test4-mm4 works, test4-bk2 works,
> > test4-mm5 locks, test4-bk3 locks, test5-mm1 locks.
> > Nothing shows in the logs, and the lock occurs while doing random
> > things but only after a few seconds - minutes after i logged in to
> > X. sysrq don't work either.
> > It is an Compaq Evo 1020v and configs etc. can be found at:
> > http://www.am.chalmers.se/~thsv/laptop/
>
> looks to me like my favorite network-related lockup. do you ever get
> it if you disconnect from network?

Just tried with -bk3 and it stayed stable (did make -j on a project of
mine that made load go to 40) until I connected the network cable and
restarted the network, and then it froze like before.

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/ Thomas
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Thomas Svedberg
Department of Applied Mechanics
Chalmers University of Technology
Address: SE-412 96 Göteborg, SWEDEN
E-mail : thsv@am.chalmers.se, thsv@bigfoot.com
Phone : +46 31 772 1522
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