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SubjectRe: Total freeze with 2.1.12[7,8]
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Matthew Hawkins enscribed thusly:
> On Sat, 14 Nov 1998, Michael H. Warfield wrote:

> > Are you compiling with SMP enabled or disabled? That's my leading
> > suspicion at this point (the disabled case that is...)

> Disabled (there's only one processor - why would I want SMP support?).

I'm seeing a pattern emerge from the dusk... I'm currently running
an SMP kernel on a uniprocessor and so far so good. I couldn't build
2.1.127pre3 with SMP disabled because gcc would segfault in sched.c.
It was then "fixed" in 2.1.127pre7, or at least the seg fault didn't
occur... But this did... Maybe we will know more tommorrow. 11 hours
up is not long enough. My failures would occur anywhere from two hours
to 22 hours after boot.

> --
> Matt

Mike
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