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SubjectRe: unexplained high load
On Wed, 10 Jan 2001, David S. Miller wrote:

> Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2001 16:36:14 -0500
> From: Hacksaw <hacksaw@hacksaw.org>
>
> You'll have to reboot to clear it. I believe this is a kernel
> bug. Try going back to 2.2.14, or maybe up to 2.2.19pre2.
>
> He needs to go up if anything. His sparc64 OOPS had strings in the
> kernel stack, which is indicative of a sparc64 specific bug I only
> fixed very late in the 2.2.18 patches.
don't think i want 2.2.14 (which had some security bugs i remember)
so i should move up i think
before i go download and compile the latest 2.2.19pre7 (latest pre
version)
and reboot:

are there any bugs at the moment for sparc64 ?
and should i wait for the finale 2.2.19 ?
(don't think i can go download and use 2.4.0 since machine is still based
on redhat 6.1)


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