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SubjectRe: smp hangs with 2.2.19 kernel
Hi,

I'm too chasing this one. I have only one IDE drive and an SCSI controller
which is mostly idle but sometimes used for a scanner. At first I thought
is was hardware but I'm going to believe it is a software problem.
I replaced most of the hardware even the motherboard.
2.2.19 with PIII-667 Mhz/128MB MSI 594D mobo.

Kees

On 17 May 2001, Andrea Dell'Amico wrote:

>
> Hallo, I have a problem with a dual processor machine. With Red Hat
> 2.2.19 kernel, but with every 2.2.1x kernel, from Red Hat or self
> compiled, the machine hangs with lot of processes in D state:
>
> vmstat output is
>
> procs memory swap io system cpu
> r b w swpd free buff cache si so bi bo in cs us sy id
> 1 225 2 0 10632 10936 16456 0 0 6 3 14 9 6 3 14
>
>
> The memory situation:
>
> [root@petra petra]# free
> total used free shared buffers
> cached
> Mem: 523800 504688 19112 0 10620
> 31352
> -/+ buffers/cache: 462716 61084
> Swap: 2097136 35164 2061972
>
>
> The box has 5 scsi disks with a aic7xxx controller. 4 disks are in RAID
> 1, the fifth is only used for the swap partition (2 GB).
>
> When the machine hangs there are no logs.
>
> Is there a way I can debug the cause?
>
> Thanks in advance,
> andrea
>
>
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> Andrea Dell'Amico
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>
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