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SubjectRe: Interesting problem with 450NX based Compaq server
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I am running the latest 2.4.22 and still having the problem. Do you have
any pointers for options that may need to be turned off in the kernel
configuration?
I will try and get a new motherboard and see if that is the problem.

On Tue, 2003-08-26 at 00:58, Andrew Morton wrote:
> Bryan Ballard <ballard@netsolus.com> wrote:
> >
> > Hello, I've looked through the kernel list archives and haven't found
> > anything that might help. I have a Compaq 5500r 4x500mhz Xeons and
> > whenever a heavy load is placed on the box it reboots without any kernel
> > panics or oops. It seems to be related primarily to multiple PCI card
> > access, i.e. during heavy RAID card / NIC interaction. I've tried to
> > isolate it by replacing NICs and RAID cards, but the only thing I can
> > come up with is that it is related to the 450NX chipset.
> > Since I am not sure anyone is still working on the 450NX chipset I've
> > refrained from cluttering the list with a giant E-mail full of /proc
> > data until someone answers back that they would be interested in any
> > information that I can provide them.
>
> I have an Intel ad450nx server, based on the 450NX PCISet chipset.
> 4x500MHz Xeons. It runs like a champ.
>
> Maybe you have a buggy kernel. Try a vendor patch, or switch vendors,
> or try a kernel.org kernel or something like that?
--
Bryan Ballard
Netsolus Consultants
http://www.netsolus.com


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