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    SubjectRE: Kernel panic in 2.1.127: login respawns
    On 24-Nov-98 aaronl@vitelus.com wrote:
    > Would anyone who has a few spare moments please see if they can generate
    > the same results by holding down ^D until init geys mad on each virtual
    > console? Thanks.

    I got it to happen once on my plain 2.1.129 kernel on the second vc I tried.
    The kernel locked up hard, no pings, keyboard response, nothing. It looked
    like an oops was printed out, but I didn't catch it.
    I compiled 2.1.129-ac5, and tried again, with a similar result. I got an oops
    in init, which resulted in the interrupt handler being killed. I wrote down
    most of it, but I think there's a few errors in my copy. It was another hard
    lockup. This is a K62-300, 64MB ram. More info available on request.

    -Dave

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