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SubjectRe: Repeatable Oops in 2.4t13p4ac2


On Thu, 28 Dec 2000 chris@freedom2surf.net wrote:

> > > > >
> > > > > Do you remember if the reports you've got always oopsed the same
> > > > > address (0040000) ?
> > > >
>
> Hi - Here's another Oops from the same machine. It looks to be in a totally
> different place in the code which probably means it's a memory problem?

Not necessarily, but it may be a memory problem.

> I'll try installing on another box to confirm.

You can run the memtest86 tool (you can find it at
http://reality.sgi.com/cbrady_denver/memtest86/), which is a more reliable
way to find out if its really a memory bug.

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