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SubjectRe: 2.2.10/12 kernel crashes
> The real problem (at least in my case, since it's not in a commercial
> production environment) is the inability to debug the crashes. I don't
> have a serial console, so I can't see if anything is happening that
> way. The machine is completely inaccessible from the network, and the
> magic keys don't work. And there aren't any error messages in the logs.
> 'Tis a frustration, indeed! Plus, it doesn't happen real often (once or
> twice a month, maybe, and this was the first with 2.2.12).

Are the people seeing X crashes using NFS. I've now got a reproducable case
for an NFS hang of the box caused by a very convoluted set of NFS ops -
a set X may sometimes do.


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