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SubjectRe: VIA C3 and random SIGTRAP or segfault
On Wed, Jan 15, 2003 at 01:38:58PM +0100, Miklos Szeredi wrote:
>
> Thanks, I'll check that out, though I'm a bit sceptical since the
> crashes occur randomly not predictably, and that makes me feel it's
> not because of an unimplemented instruction.
>
> Also what about trace/breakpoint trap? Can that be also generated by
> an illegal instruction?

Hmm. My theory would explain SIGILL's, but if you're seeing others
as well, it could be something else. Check power supply is rated
high enough, cooling, (though cooling is usually less of an issue with C3s)
A run with memtest86 may also be worth trying.

Dave

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