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SubjectRe: 2.5.56 panics PostgreSQL
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Just for clarification, the kernel isn't OOPSing, PostgreSQL is the one
having fits and shutting down/starting up left and right.

The NMI is the only kernel indication that something is odd. Which
never happens under 2.4.

David

Chris Mason wrote:

>On Sun, 2003-01-12 at 14:52, David Ford wrote:
>
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>>Reiserfs. Postgres is the only program that had problems, but it's also
>>the one that does 99% of all the activity on the system.
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>Do you still have any of the oopsen?
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>-chris
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