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    SubjectRe: dual pIII network / lockup problems
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    In article <cistron.Pine.LNX.4.10.KSI2mu3.9911251823320.26132-100000@nomad.ksi-linux.com>,
    Sergey Kubushin <ksi@ksi-linux.com> wrote:
    >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
    >kernel which I did see was 2.1.125... It still runs on one of our primary
    >NS'es with several thousands zones:

    We run 2.2.x kernels on several SMP boxes and uniprocessor boxes,
    including 4-way SMP Xeon ones. After we chased all the buggy
    hardware down (esp. RAM) they run fine. For example:

    % uname -a
    Linux beast 2.2.13 #6 SMP Sat Oct 23 11:29:25 CEST 1999 i686 unknown
    % uptime
    6:18pm up 28 days, 7:42, 3 users, load average: 3.75, 3.73, 3.73
    % cat /proc/cpuinfo | egrep '(processor|model name)'
    processor : 0
    model name : Pentium III (Katmai)
    processor : 1
    model name : Pentium III (Katmai)
    processor : 2
    model name : Pentium III (Katmai)
    processor : 3
    model name : Pentium III (Katmai)

    Mike.
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