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SubjectRe: syslog full of kernel BUGS, frequent intermittent instability
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> You have bad hardware.  You must expect trouble.  Linux runs hardware
> pretty hard. Correctness then Performance appears to be Linus'
> philosophy. If you are lucky, you can down-clock your bus. If you
> are _very_ lucky, a kernel without any K6 optimizations [compiled for
> a 386] in the `bzero` and `bcopy` routines might reduce your error
> frequency. But if X detects and uses K6 routines, you're hosed.

Also, try re-seating your RAM chips, and make sure that the CPU fan
and heatsink are free of dust and properly attached to the CPU.

John.
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