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SubjectRedHat 6.0 on Sparc - Kernel Failure
	Hi,
I installed RedHat 6.0 on a sparc32 machine with the kernel 2.2.5.

I had logged in the console as user in this machine and after, i
connected in a server mud (port 3007). Then after a few minutes
receiving messages from this server without send anything, this characters
below showed up in the screen and in /var/log/messages. The keyboard
sttoped. Then i logged in as root with ssh and kill the bash
(shell) used by the user. Then both the machines sttoped and i had
to reset server machine.

May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging request at
virtual address fd014000
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: tsk->mm->context = 0000009b
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: tsk->mm->pgd = f1aa6800
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: \|/ ____ \|/
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: "@'/ ,. \`@"
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: /_| \__/ |_\
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: \__U_/
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: telnet(7092): Oops
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: PSR: 049000c4 PC: f0125b00 NPC: f0125b04 Y:
00000000
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: g0: f14fe1e0 g1: f01a8c00 g2: 0000000d g3:
f0125af0 g4: 07200720 g5: 07200720 g6: f11f8000 g7: 00000000
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: o0: 10000000 o1: 00000000 o2: 00000000 o3:
00000010 o4: 00000380 o5: f87f3000 sp: f11f9a58 o7: f01247d4
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: l0: 049000c5 l1: f0168eb8 l2: f0124790 l3:
00000010 l4: fd014000 l5: f0168c98 l6: 000000c0 l7: 00000172
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: i0: f035a000 i1: f01b8e64 i2: f0351722 i3:
00000001 i4: 00000016 i5: 00000011 fp: f11f9ac0 i7: f011e610
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f011e610]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f011edb0]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00e27f0]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00e4104]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00e59c4]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00e7048]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00e785c]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00ed4ec]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00ef720]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f00eaa1c]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f0045014]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[f0011398]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Caller[00015c4c]
May 20 13:30:18 caqui kernel: Instruction DUMP: da0660e0 11040000
e80362cc <d6052010> 808ac008 12bffffe 19000500 d20e6110 d0168000
May 20 13:37:16 caqui named[364]: Cleaned cache of 0 RRs
May 20 13:37:17 caqui named[364]: USAGE 927218237 927070636
CPU=0.04u/0.02s CHILDCPU=0u/0s
May 20 13:37:17 caqui named[364]: NSTATS 927218237 927070636
May 20 13:37:17 caqui named[364]: XSTATS 927218237 927070636 RR=1 RNXD=0
RFwdR=0 RDupR=0 RFail=0 RFErr=0 RErr=0 RAXFR=0 RLame=0 ROpts=0 SSysQ=1
SAns=0 SFwdQ=0 SDupQ=0 SErr=0 RQ=0 RIQ=0 RFwdQ=0 RDupQ=0 RTCP=0 SFwdR=0
SFail=0 SFErr=0 SNaAns=0 SNXD=0


This occured on RedHat 5.2 with kernel 2.2.6 too....
What can i do????
Bye....


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