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SubjectRe: Kernal assert
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> Hardware is an IBM Personal Computer 300PL with 128MB of ram and 2 40GB
> Maxtor UDMA/66 drives. Primary application is Samba 2.0.7
> RedHat 6.2

Can you run memtest86 on the machine firstly.

> Sep 29 11:46:06 plato kernel: Process vncviewer (pid: 3704, process nr: 42,
> stackpage=c5345000)
> Sep 29 11:46:06 plato kernel: Stack: c6614220 c0113de5 40ab06c0 c6614220
> c5344000 40274f1c 00000000 bffff8c0
> Sep 29 11:46:06 plato kernel: 00000000 c5344000 c0113f43 00000000
> c01079bc 00000000 40273c88 402751cc
> Sep 29 11:46:06 plato kernel: 40274f1c 00000000 bffff8c0 00000001
> c010002b 0000002b 00000001 40216cfd
> Sep 29 11:46:06 plato kernel: Call Trace: [<c0113de5>] [<c0113f43>]
> [<c01079bc>] [<c010002b>]
> Sep 29 11:46:06 plato kernel: Code: 8b 7b 08 83 7b 1c 00 75 10 68 42 77 1c
> c0 e8 46 0d ff ff 31
>
And also run thius through ksymoops for me so we get symbol names (see
REPORTING-BUGS in /usr/src/linux)

My first guesses are it being token ring related as that is much much less
exercised code.
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