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SubjectRe: 2.6.0t2 Hangs randomly
One thing strange though.

root tty1 Thu Jul 31 07:32 - 07:32 (00:00)
reboot system boot 2.6.0-test2-mm1- Thu Jul 31 07:31 (02:58)
amnesia pts/0 :0.0 Thu Jul 31 01:08 - crash (06:23)

It seems that I can still receive emails when the box freezed.
As we can see, I didn't logoff for 6+ hours... but i can't ping,
can't ssh, can't revive the box.

Eugene

<quote sender="Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi">
> On Thu, 31 Jul 2003 09:11:32 +0200, Stefano Rivoir wrote:
> >Ian Hastie wrote:
> >> On Wednesday 30 Jul 2003 09:27, Stefano Rivoir wrote:
> >>
> >
> >>
> >> What makes you think this is a hang? Does the disc activity stop?
> >If you > press the caps lock or num lock keys does the LED light up?
> >What I'm asking > is could it have been swapping for some reason? I've
> >had the system go > unresponsive on me quite recently, also when
> >running KDE. It easilly took a > two or more minutes to start
> >responding again. The disc light stayed active > all the time it
> >wasn't responding.
> >
> >No, it hangs. No cursor movement, no keyboard reaction, no ping on
> >eth0, no disc activity except for 3/4 seconds following. I left it like
> >that 10/15 minutes then I had to power it off...
>
> I have similar symptom when the freeze happen. No disk activity, no
> mouse, no keyboard, the open sessions ssh not to respond, no ping, etc.
> Until this moment, I happen to me only once, but it takes advantage of
> east message to comment to them of the experience.
> In any case if experiment these freeze, I return to them to communicate
> of the problem, and in any case I test some parameter of starting
> or options of compilation that you they recommend to me.
>
> About other beta versions of kernel I cannot comment to them because
> not them probe. 2.6.0-test1 probe just a short time.
>
> Lamentably it is not left anything registered in logs, only combinacion
> of keys that responds is sysrq-reboot.
> sysrq-sync and sysrq-umount not respond (no disk activity).
>
> Running: kernel compilation (over ext3) ,
> X 4.3 (DRI no in use), KDE,Mozilla(downloading file over xfs)
> ,Sylpheed,Xchat, and in the reiser fs partition no activitie.
>
> When reboot fsck deleted orphaned entrys from /tmp (ext3) and no others
> problems in others filesystems.
>
>
> My .config, dmesg and lspci.
> http://www.vmlinuz.com.ar/slackware/kernel.config.djgera/config-2.6.0-test2
> http://www.vmlinuz.com.ar/slackware/info-hard/dmesg-2.6.0-test2-djgera
> http://www.vmlinuz.com.ar/slackware/info-hard/lspci-2.6.0-test2-djgera
>
>
> (sorry my english)
> --
> Gerardo Exequiel Pozzi ( djgera )
> http://www.vmlinuz.com.arhttp://www.djgera.com.ar
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