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SubjectRe: dual pIII network / lockup problems
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> exchange my 2 x PPro motherboard with 2 x Xeon one. Now I hit the bug
> several times a week... Further investigation did show that _ALL_ of the
> a.m. bug reports were from P-II/III machines...

That would make sense if its race related. The common theme on almost every
report I've looked at that ran out of memory mysteriously is
a) no process limits set
b) netscape

There are a couple of exceptions but not reliable ones. Patches are accepted
if/when you find the bug.

> BTW, is the stable kernel > 2.2.0 supposed to appear at all? Which does
> build outta the box with full options enabled? And which does not contain
> unresolved symbols in modules? And which does really work? The last stable

I build 2.2.x with every driver I don't have as a module before I even release
it. Arjan van de Ven runs random choice compile sequences and contributes
patches to the odd ones that fail. You might want to ask Arjan for his
randomiser and load test your PIII boxes with it.

Alan


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