On Mon, 7 Aug 2000, Warner Losh wrote:

:In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> David 
:Scheidt writes:
:: convince people that their memory is bad.  The only reliable way to test
:: memory is with a hardware testor, or swapping known good memory in.
:Yes.  while (1) do ; make world; done is a close second to a hardware

Ah, that tells you have a problem.  It unfortunatly, doesn't distinguish
a bad memory module from a bad memory bus.  One of my abits blew up a bit
ago with SIGSEGVs, I swapped memory in and around till I got to the point
that I realized that as long as I didn't populate the last DIMM slot, it
worked fine.  It's not long for this earth, that machine.


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