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SubjectRe: VM oops in RH7.3 2.4.18-3
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On 27 May 2002 21:28, Matt Bernstein wrote:
> On May 27 Benjamin LaHaise wrote:
> >On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 10:33:12AM -0400, Jes Sorensen wrote:
> >> >>>>> "Matt" == Matt Bernstein <matt@theBachChoir.org.uk> writes:
> >>
> >> Matt> This is a dual Athlon, 1 gig registered ECC DDR RAM, will try
> >> Matt> 2.4.18-4 but it doesn't look ext3-related (the only big local
> >> Matt> filesystem is reiserfs over s/w raid0).
> >>
> >> Please send this to Red Hat before the kernel list. They are
> >> responsible for maintaining their kernel.
> >
> >I'm sure Rik is interested in any feedback on the rmap patches that
> >occur out in the wild... even if they happen in vendor kernels. With
> >that said, we appreciate getting bugs like this filed in bugzilla.
>
> Thanks--I'll see what I can do, though I really don't have much more to go
> on than the oops. I think power supply / cooling are not to blame.. :-/

You may slightly underclock your system. This will lower wattage and heat
production.

Wait a day or two for the oops. If it's gone, you have a hw problem.
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vda
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