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SubjectRe: BUGs in 2.6.12-rc2-RT-V0.7.45-01
On Wed, 13 Apr 2005, Ingo Molnar wrote:

> what are you using kprobes for? Do you get lockups even if you disable
> kprobes?

Various processes will lockup on the P4/HT system, usually while under
some load. The processes cannot be killed. X will lockup once or twice a
day (which means my console, and thus sysrq, are toast), but I can still
ssh in. Nothing is logged by the kernel. Are there any post-lockup
forensics that can be performed before I reboot?

Regards,
--William Weston

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