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SubjectRe: Kernel text getting corrupted
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On Wed, 26 Sep 2001, James Washer wrote:

> We've got a strange one. We're seeing system crashes where memory,
including
> kernel text (executable) pages, is being corrupted. If you have any idea
what
> might be causing this, or if you've seen this yourself, or if you have
ideas
> on how to debug it, please let us know.

A number of these look like 1-bit-per-nibble corruptions, though that may
just be a coincidence. I'd run memtest86 for a while if I were you.

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Adam Kropelin
NetLink Transaction Services, LLC.
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