Joseph Peterson wrote:
Unfortunately that is not the solution to my problem, I've run memtest86 on my laptop several times and found no problems... any other thoughts? =)
Just a thought:
Have you build your world and / or kernel from source? If that's the case double check processor-specific make options like CPUTYPE, CFLAGS, COPTFLAGS, etc. (they can be used from command line and from /etc/make.conf)
I'm seeing the same problem on my dual Athlon box. The freezes are totally random AFAICT, sometimes when the machine is just idling.
I've not used any CPU-specific make options but may try setting some to see if it makes a difference. One thing though, I only have
set, not I486_CPU and I586_CPU as well, maybe that could be a problem?
I'm running -CURRENT and the build I did on 8 April didn't have this problem but it started with the next build I did a couple of weeks ago. I've cvsup'd and rebuilt a couple of times since, the last on 25 July, but the problem persists.
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