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SubjectKernel "Oops" output
Hello,

I have a K6-2D 333MHz system with Red Hat 7.0 (with updates) that gives the
following "oops" output when I execute the "shutdown -h now" command. I
tried to find the "opps" output in the /var/log/messages file but there is
nothing there. The system hangs at the last line of the oops output to the
screen and will not accept any commands. The only recourse at this point is
to "CTRL-ALT-DEL" and let the system reboot.

The oops out follows:

Power down
general protection fault: f000
CPU: 0
EIP: 005: [<00008865>]
EFLAGS: 00010046
eax: 00005301 ebx: 00000001 ecx: 00000000 edx: c1239de0

esi: c0258136 edi: c1239e8c ebp: 67890000 esp: c1239de0

ds: 0058 es: 0000 ss: 0018

Process halt (pid: 869, stackpage=c1239000)
Stack: 9e8c82df 8136c123 0000c025 9e026789 0001c123 00000000
00030000 53070000

00000000 00000000 81250058 80fa6aac 000080cd 00160000
00488036 bffffcc8

c01118a4 00000010 bffffcc8 c1239e8c 00000018 00000018
00000292 00000000

Call Trace: [<c01118a4>] [<c0111963>] [<c0111991>] [<c01119e7>] [<f000bcd0>]
[<fee1dead>] [<c010741b>]

[<c011f3ed>] [<c020ea40>] [<c011debb>] [<c011df45>] [<c011e1ad>]
[<c011e8b9>] [<c0144fe5>] [<c0133d26>]

[<c0113e4d>] [<c0108fb3>] [<fee1dead>] [<fee1dead>]

Code: Bad EIP value.
/etc/rc0.d/S01halt: line 1: 869 Segmentation fault halt -i -d -p

end of oops output and system hangs.

More system info:

DFI Motherboard (P5BV3+)
64M RAM
Mitsumi 40X CD-ROM
2.4G hard drive
17" CTX Monitor
4Meg Trident 3D Image 975 Chipset (Video 77/87/L87PCI/AGP (v6.45.5423b.98)
PS2 Mouse
101 Keyboard

If there is additional system/hardware info you need to fix this problem
please let me know and I will be glad to try and get it for you.

Thank you for your help.

Aubrey Kilpatrick

email at: oppaak@alaweb.com
phone: USA 1-334-493-4962

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