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SubjectRe: X86_64: 2.6.12-rc3 spontaneous reboot
Andi Kleen wrote:
> Hmm actually - on some systems I broke the NMI watchdog. Can you
> check your dmesg to see if check_nmi_watchdog doesnt report it
> as stuck? If yes please put a return on top of check_nmi_watchdog
> that should fix it. You can verify it works by looking at the
> per CPU NMI counters in /proc/interrupts. An nmi watchdog
> backtrace would be nice to see.

No occurences of check_nmi_watchdog in dmesg or my logs, just
"Using local APIC NMI watchdog using perfctr0". /proc/interrupts
shows:

NMI: 181

Regards
Patrick
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