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SubjectRe: test10-pre[23] warnings/BOOT-OOPS
On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, Randy Dunlap wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm seeing these gcc warnings in test10-pre[23].
> They could have occurred before that also -- I don't know.
> I'm using gcc Is that a problem?
> Also, I can't boot test10-pre[23]. I get an oops in swapper.
> It's not logged so I can't see where it's actually happening.
> I'll try to hook up a serial connection so I can get the info.
> Would any of the problems below keep me from being able
> to boot?

Randy, maybe it is totally irrelevant but I also used to get an oops in
swapper but for a very understandable and well-defined reason. Namely I
use a serial console, do you? I used to use serial console at 9600 speed
which was slow enough (on a 4-cpu box) for NMI watchdog to detect the
"lockup" and force an oops. Changing the setting to 38400 fixed the
"problem". I am just mentioning it on the odd chance that same happens to


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