On Tue, 2003-10-21 at 07:59, Terry Lambert wrote: > Christian Brueffer wrote: > > > I don't think so. I tried that on my A7M266D with no effect. I believe > > > something in recent pmap code doesn't like this mobo, or maybe dual > > > athlons in general. I can run RELENG_5_1 rock solid, and -current from > > > 9/24/03 rock solid, but -current from 10/3 or later gets random sigs > > > and eventually panics. I have scsi disks so it's not ata. > > > > I have the same experiences. Also AMD A7M-266D with two 1800+ Athlons here. > > Used to work fine, but got random signals with my latest builds. > > On thing that occurs to me: try the other scheduler: there were > recent changes in this area, which may be the problem.
I also get random segfaults and ICEs on my dual 1900+ system with recent current. It certainly isn't hardware problems since older kernels work very nicely. I haven't got around to trying to diagnose what is causing it yet though. I was planning to try disabling a few things like SSE, PSE etc and see if I could improve things. My kernel is dated from 1 October (I did try a bit later than that but those ones just paniced all over themselves, very messy). _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"