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SubjectRe: 2.4. continues after Aieee...
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Dennis wrote:
> At 02:53 AM 11/15/2000, Rogier Wolff wrote:
>
> >Shouldn't the system be "halted" after an "Aiee, killing interrupt
> >handler"?
> >
>
> This brings another question. Has there been any work done to force linux
> to reboot on all panics? Linux's propensity to crash drivers (say the

You already have the option to say what happens on panic.

> network card driver) and leave the system running make linux unusable in
> unattended environments as the machine is functionally dead.

Which doesn't help in this case, as your network card COULD be dead,
while the system simply hasn't crashed....

Roger.



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