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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
>hiccup.
>
>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
>crash.
>
>

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 <sflory@rackable.com>



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