Rogier Wolff wrote:
> > I have seen the same problem on the same motherboard. It appears to
> > be a motherboard bug that 2.4 exposes and 2.2 doesn't.
> This PRINT was added in 2.4.
> You're seeing noise on the apic lines. The APICs notice, but every now
> and then you may see a lockup due to this. (i.e. if the corruption
> does not trigger a parity error, because two bits flipped!)
What I was seeing, though, was that 2.4 would lock up with an NMI deadman
after a few days. 2.2 never did. Even on other hardware I see very high
NMI rates, but no lockups, using 2.4.
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