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SubjectRe: ECC memory and SMP lockups on Gateway 6400 server
> Recently got the goahead to upgrade the Gateway Win2K server to a linux
> box to replace out old webserver. It's a 6400 server. 2 PIII-733's, 704
> megs ECC registered ram.. NT ran fine on this box. not a hitch.
>
Could you check /proc/interrupts? Is one number extremely high?

And try to boot with "mem=690M". My sis boards become extremely slow if
I don't limit the memory. I guess the e820 map is wrong, and one of the
pages are actually power managmenet registes/NVS.

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Manfred
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