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SubjectRe: Oops with kernel BUG at dcache.c:345
On Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 07:49:16AM +0200, Arjan Opmeer wrote:

> My Linux machine just crashed during the morning cronjob with an Oops. Yes,
> I know my kernel is tainted because I have the NVidia driver loaded, but
> consider that maybe this driver is not the direct cause of the Oops but only
> exposing an obscure bug in the kernel?
> It also seems that enabling AGP using the kernel agpgart module makes this
> Oops more likely to happen. Also forcing the AGP rate to 1x instead of 2x
> does not seem to make any difference. With AGP disabled this machine reaches
> quite respectable uptimes despite using the NVidia driver...
> Because the machine was hung with the screen blanked I could not use
> ksymoops, but this is the output of my syslog:


I had almost the same problem on a 2.4.19-rc1 kernel WITHOUT nvidia crap.
However after replacing my CPU (Celeron 600A) with a Pentium III 733
problems disappeared (at least until now)

Cliff Albert | RIPE: CA3348-RIPE | | 6BONE: CA2-6BONE |
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