On Mon, 19 Mar 2001, Pierre Beyssac wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 08:30:12AM +0100, Pascal Hofstee wrote:
> > AMD K6-2 350
> > I noticed the vague stack smashes posting earlier ... and i think it's very
> > likely this is the same bug
> Same here, random crashes -- AMD K6-2 300; no panic, no crash dump,
> just a complete system freeze if you happen to use too much CPU.
> I had to temporarily revert to an older kernel.
Another "data point". It was happening here as well on a Pentium 200/MMX.
The crash occurred, almost everytime, in a bcopy called from vm_fault
according to the kernel debugger (on the rare occassions I could still use
it). Whenever I couldn't use the debugger, the Instruction pointer was
usually 08:ffffffff. I stuck an old P-III 800MHz/PC133 machine in its
place and everything has worked flawlessly since.
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