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SubjectRe: 2.6.9-rc2-mm4
On Tuesday 28 September 2004 03:01, Ingo Molnar wrote:
>* Gene Heskett <> wrote:
>> On Monday 27 September 2004 16:17, Ingo Molnar wrote:
>> >* Matt Heler <> wrote:
>> >> Yup, turning opff pre-emptable bkl makes it boot up and work
>> >> just fine.
>> >
>> >do you know which particular subsystem broke (by comparing the
>> > failed and the successful bootlogs)?
>> How do we save the broken bootlog when the machines only response
>> is to the reset key?
>what i use is serial logging to another machine. A digital camera is
>fine too, if the problem area is still visible on the screen.
>(Netconsole is useful too for other type of hangs but it's not
> active at such an early stage yet.)
> Ingo

Unforch, I don't have a spare seriel port Ingo. One is running my x10
stuffs, and the other is monitoring my belkin ups. The ups has a usb
connection too, but belkins monitor soft doesn't support it... They
don't have a real strong support linux attitude, and they apparently
do their linux development on a board with a broken usb1.0 interface,
like my firewall box's Tyan Trinity S-1590 has. It does mice ok, but
hook up anything that can output more than a 5 byte packet and the
machine is locked up instantly.

Cheers, Gene
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