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SubjectRe: x86-64 sporadic hang in 2.6.23rc7 and 2.6.22
Thomas Gleixner wrote:
> On Sat, 29 Sep 2007, Helge Hafting wrote:
>
>> Thomas Gleixner wrote:
>>
>>>> I have gone back to 2.6.22rc4, which seems to work.
>>>>
>>>> This is a single opteron, although on a dual-slot board.
>>>>
>>>>
>>> Can you switch to serial console, so we can get some information out of
>>> that box? Sysrq-B is working, so we can get info from other sysrq
>>> functions as well.
>>>
>>>
>> I didn't need the serial - it crashes during console work too.
>> I think a "make clean" was in progress at the time. There must be work going
>> on in order to crash.
>>
>> This time 2.6.22rc4 died on me with a general protection fault
>>
>> I got two reports, the first one scrolled partially off screen but
>> the whole trace was there:
>>
>
> That's why I asked for a serial console. That way we can get all the
> information from the reports including the register dumps ....
>
I got another crash - with a full dump. I have also discovered
files with lots of single-bit errors, so this is probably just some kind
of hw problem. :-(

Replace mermory or the motherboard with everything on it . . . :-(

Helge Hafting

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