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    SubjectRe: X86_64: 2.6.12-rc3 spontaneous reboot
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    I haven't tried to reproduce it since it will cause me data loss :(
    I am not sure it is possible to go to this extent in order to reproduce
    the reboot but still... Here is what I was doing when the error occured -
    I installed Ubuntu AMD64 5.04 release. Installed 2.6.12-rc3.
    Installed and configured a chroot env for 32bit programs. (dchroot)
    Installed 32bit JRE from Sun - latest one. Tried to install
    Borland Together J Eclipse edition under the chrooted environment
    - Just before the install finished, machine rebooted. Machine was
    running for couple hours before the reboot.

    Parag


    > On Sunday 24 April 2005 04:41, Alexander Nyberg wrote:
    > > sön 2005-04-24 klockan 00:08 -0400 skrev Parag Warudkar:
    > > > While running a 32 bit Java program 2.6.12-rc3 rebooted spontaneously
    > leaving
    > > > a corrupt partition table and disk with errors. There was nothing in dmesg
    > > > (no oops/panic) except some -MARK- entries during the reboot.
    > > >
    > >
    > > Is this reproducible? If so, can you give a detailed description of how.
    >
    > I think rc3 has code from rc2-mm2/3. Both of these reboot here randomly.
    > Nothing
    > shows up on a serial console... Think something is seriously wrong with x86_64
    > in rc3.
    > That being said its possible its fixed in HEAD by.
    >
    > [PATCH] x86_64: fix new out of line put_user()
    > [PATCH] x86_64: Bug in new out of line put_user()
    >
    > some people have reported reversing (in -mm)
    >
    > sched-unlocked-context-switches.patch
    >
    > Helps too.
    >
    > Ed Tomlinson
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