Sat May 28 18:15:29 NZST 2005
I initially tought it might just be X locking up, so I tried the copy
from the Console and noticed the stack dump.
Switched back to 2.6.9 this morning, copied around 200 GB of data, and
since that worked I was able to add the 200GB drive back into the
degradded Raid 5 array which rebuilt fine.
Run memtest over night a few times to test the ram, but I'm blaming the
kernel package as I have not had an issue all day, the machine only
lasted 5 minutes (under load) with the newer kernel.
Would be nice to know what exactly the problem is but I have no leads at
this stage. I am using two different IDE controllers in this machine so
it might be a driver issue in the newer kernel.
Oliver Jones wrote:
> I'm having "issues" with my laptop lately. It too is running 2.6.11
> (FC3 package). Often after I unplug my USB2 hard drive or camera it
> locks up solid. Never used to. Though it may also be the new 3rd party
> 512MB ram I installed recently. I can't be sure just yet.
> On Sat, 2005-05-28 at 14:21 +1000, Raymond Burgess wrote:
>>I have installed FC3 on my server machine and have noticed huge problems
>> when running the latest kernel release, 2.6.11-1.27_FC3. When ever I
>>try to copy a larger amount of files from one partition to another the
>>machine locks up and just dumps millions of lines of what looks to be a
>>stack dump, I left it dumping to see what it said when it stoppped, but
>>after 8 hours while I was at work it still was running past too fast to
>>I have switched back to the stock 2.6.9 kernel that comes on the CD and
>>have no problems doing the same thing.
>>Anyone else had any problems with the newer kernel pacakge?
>>Side note, I had originally planned to run Ubuntu on the machine but
>>couldn't get it to boot off a Raid 1 /boot and / on LVM, FC3 handled
>>installing on this setup without an issue.
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