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SubjectRe: [GOLDMINE!!!] Athlon optimisation bug (was Re: Duron kernel crash)
Intresting. I'll try that, because it sounds exactly what I had (constant
segfaults in 2.2.18, occasional and more random in 2.4.x).


- Ender

> A colleague purchased a number of A7V133s all of which exhibited seg faults
> in make and gcc. make reproducibly seg faulted in vfork(). This was
> with 2.2.18 kernels compiled for i586. We next tried a 2.4.8 kernel
> built for i686 and the problem persisted, though less reproducibly. The
> kernel reports 'Applying VIA southbridge workaround', but it looks
> like we need another fix.
>
> Most of the BIOS options had no effect, but changing the 'PCI latency'
> setting from 32 to 64 seems to have fixed it, fingers crossed.
>
> P.
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