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SubjectRe: 2.2.18 reboots on high load.
I should make it clear that there are two hard drives.  One
1 Gb hard drive, and 1x14 Gb hard drive.

----- Original Message -----
From: Timothy A. DeWees
To: Linux Kernel
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2001 11:47 AM
Subject: 2.2.18 reboots on high load.


I have a 2.2.18 (with reiserfs patch), running on a Pentium 100

any time I get high disk writes or reads my system just reboots.
I have had it up and running with moderate disk activity (telnet
and small FTP's) for a week; however, when I write alot to the
disk (100 Mb plus), the system just reboots. I am also getting
kernel panics around every 3-4 times. I tried writing to the disk
with Samba, and fith FTP. I am running proFTP. Please tell me
what I need to send you. I will not that /proc/cpuinfo tells me that
my processor has a f00f bug?

The system is as follows.

Intel Pentium 100
32 Mb Ram
1Gb root partition - 32 Mb swap
14 Gb reiserfs partition

I am running Samba 2.0.7 and Apache 1.3.14 (with mod-ssl).

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