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SubjectRe: Fw: crash on x86_64 - mm related?
(A useless answer from me, sorry: can anyone else help?)

On Tue, 17 Jan 2006, Ryan Richter wrote:

> This machine experienced another random reboot today, nothing in the
> logs or on the console etc. This is the 3rd time now since I upgraded
> from 2.6.11.3. Is there any way to debug something like this?

Nasty. I hope someone else can suggest something constructive.

> I'm fairly certain it's not hardware-related.
> Might this have something to do with the st problem?

Well, it might: I've not been able to explain that at all, so cannot
rule out a relation to your reboots. The st problem (Bad page state,
mapcount 2 while count 0, from sgl_unmap_user_pages) ought to be a lot
easier to debug than a random reboot: but I've still no suggestion.

Hugh
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