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SubjectRe: kernel BUG at page_alloc.c:75! / exit.c
ernte23@gmx.de wrote:
>
> "Albert D. Cahalan" wrote:
> >
> > > I'm running the 2.4.3 kernel and my system always (!) crashes when I try
> > > to generate the "Linux kernel poster" from lgp.linuxcare.com.au. After
> > > working for one hour, the kernel printed this message:
> >
> > I'd guess you have a heat problem. Check for dust, a slow fan,
> > an overclocked CPU, memory chips with airflow blocked by cables,
> > motherboard chips that are too hot to touch...
>
> none of the above, but the CPU (Athlon) temperature is at ~65 °C. Is
> this ok?
>
> thanks,
> Felix
>

Hmmm, my (BIOS)default is to shut down at 56 C. Normally runs between
40 and 42 C. This is with a 750 Mhz Athlon. Nothing in the docs says
what is acceptable. Maybe check out the AMD web page.

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