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SubjectRe: [kernel panic @ reboot] 2.6.0-test10-mm1
On Wed, 26 Nov 2003, Vince wrote:

> I get a kernel panic each time I'm rebooting my system on all
> recent 2.6.0testx kernels (cpu is an Athlon 1800XP, kernel compiled with
> preempt and ACPI ; config and dmesg is attached).
>
> This time, I got tired of seeing this and finally installed kmsgdump
> in order to collect some data, available in messages.txt (*)
>
> For my particular case, X was not loaded: I just logged in in console
> mode and did a reboot. No nvidia or other binary driver loaded. Any hint
> on tracking down this bug is appreciated (I can compile my kernel with
> additional debugging options if required).

I can't see the first oops, it looks like it's been spewing them out for a
while too;

<4>Oops: 0000 [#49]

At the point you're at there really isn't much state left to work from.
Any chance you can get at the logs (if it hit disk) and get the first
oops?

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