4.10 won't work with the current hardware on the server, and I wanted to
try 5.2.1 because of the improved SMP.

I know there is a solution for this by adding a kernel option, but i'm
completely CLUELESS.

Can anyone give a hint?


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> On Sunday 01 August 2004 15:08, Hugo Silva wrote:
>> I am running a Dual Xeon 2.8ghz w/ SMP, SCHED_ULE on FreeBSD
>> 5.2.1-RELEASE-p9.
>
> Why aren't you running FreeBSD 4.10 on a machine like that? 5.2.1 is
> simply
> NOT ready for production enviroments. Why do you think it's still
> considered
> as unstable? Your panic is probably being caused by a bad driver, but of
> course I can't tell you which one.
>
> So get in touch with your data centre and get 4.10 on that machine. It
> will
> probably solve most of your problems.
>
> Jorn
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