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SubjectRe: Kernel Bug at spinlock.h ?!
Zwane Mwaikambo wrote:

>Sounds like possible memory corruption (can you vouch for the reliability
>of your RAM?)
>
The similar problem occurs on many of our machines, so I would exclude
memory corruption.

>Might be worthwhile posting the oops in it's entirety. Is
>EIP normally in __run_timers? Do you run a heavy networking load?
>
The numbers crunched by these machines are loaded from and writtem to
the net, so I would assume that.

We had these machines running potato with 2.2.21 since last summer and
the kernel never oopsed.

Due to this fact I expect this to be a bug in the SMP code of 2.4.20 or
a kernel misconfiguration by us.

I'll send the next oops as soon as it occurs.

Kind regards,

Christopher


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