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SubjectMachine check expection panic
I decided to try out the new 2.6.0-test2 kernel today but
ran into a problem with booting it. I narrowed it down to
the machine check expection code. I get this panic from
the kernel on boot when I have it enabled

CPU0: Machine Check Exception: 0000000000000004
Bank0: f606200000000833 at 0000000000004040
Kernel Panic: CPU context corrupt.

I disabled this option in the kernel and recompiled and everything
went smooth. I figured maybe there could actually possibly be
something wrong with the CPU but I can boot with RedHat's
2.4.20-19 kernel fine which I *think* includes machine check exception
code. I have no beef with leaving the exception code out but I figured
someone on this list may want to know.

Little bit of hardware info:
Tyan 2466 motherboard
2 Athon MP 1200 processors

Steve


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