Re: Tux kernel panic
Thanks for the info. Just a pity to not be able to use the SMP side of the kernel and tux.
After I sent my mail, I discovered that the /etc/rc.d/ini.d/tux script has a bug and will report 0 CPUs instead of 2 could that create problems with tux?
If I execute the following line manually, I always get 0 as result.
NRCPUS=$(cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep '^processor[ 0-9]*:' | wc -l)
On Sat, 08 Jul 2006 14:34:52 -0400, Chris Davies wrote:
>I would guess you are using a kernel with SMT -- try using one without
>SMT/SMP and I bet the problem goes away.
>Thierry de Montaudry wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Just started a new machine with CentOS 4.3 right off the box, minimum install to run Tux only, and I get some kernal panic
>> after a few hours (and a few 100000 hits).
>> See attached logs from /var/log/messages, crash1.log includes full dump... crash2.txt includes full startup log.
>> The machine is a Intel P4-3.2Ghz with 1GB mem.
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