On Sun, Mar 10, 2002 at 06:15:53PM +0000, Christian Weisgerber wrote:
> Wilko Bulte <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > It could be that the DS10 was sufficiently catatonic to not react to
> > a break (how likely is that in the first place? I was looking at a hard
> > lockup).
> If you experience one of the lockups that currently plague
> -CURRENT/alpha, the machine won't react to break, ctrl-alt-esc, or
> anything else except HALT and RESET.
> > Now that I followed Drew's suggestion to
> > <quote>
> > I suggest reverting rev 1.61 of alpha/alpha/interrupt.c (eg, disable
> > interrupt thread preemption).
> > </quote>
> > I have not seen a lockup anymore.
> Neither have I, but I have only been running with it for a day, and
> it has previously managed to survive for up to two days without
> locking up.
Well, I had a close to 100% lockup or panic chance when I ran a make
release. I just completed a succesful buildworld, and will subsequently
run a make release.
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