In reference to the two crash dumps I've posted, the most interesting
thing about them is that a non-debug kernel seems to be stable on the
box. I can't really explain why, but we tried all kinds of things ---
changing hardware... even exchanging whole guts of machines and those
two examples of crashes persisted.
Then in a fit of despairation, I recompiled the kernel w/o debug
symbols and so far (touch wood) the machine has been stable.
Now... the machine has 256M of memory ... so I wouldn't expect that
kernel size *should* be an issue, but something is not right here.
|David Gilbert, Velocet Communications. | Two things can only be |
|Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | equal if and only if they |
|http://www.velocet.net/~dgilbert | are precisely opposite. |
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