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SubjectRe: Cerberus
Paul Larson wrote:

>I saw a comment late last week that someone was seeing cerberus crash
>instantaneously with 2.5 on UP machines, so I decided to try to
>reproduce this problem. I got the latest version of ceerbuerus and put
>it on a single processor pIII-866 256MB ram, linux-2.5.59 kernel.
>Newburn has been running for just under 5 days now without so much as a
>1. Has anyone had first hand experience with this instability?
>2. If so, were you just running the default newburn, or something else?
>Please let me know if you did something different that caused it to

I've run Cerberus on a number of smp 2.5 kernels without issue. You
might try "./newburn -t -p 2". Remember that you can fine tune your
test by editing the newburn.tcf file.

There is no such thing as obsolete hardware.
Merely hardware that other people don't want.
(The Second Rule of Hardware Acquisition)
Sam Flory <>

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