knfsd and with raid patches appears to be a combination that doesnt play
> working on them. I have no idea why 2.2 was ever released as stable and
> at the same time I'm kicking myself in the ass for jumping into things so
> quickly, but it's too late for that. Sometimes there's an oops or
2.2.0 is stable, for most people. For example the only crashes on my
2.2.x boxes have been either new stuff I was trying at the time or repeating
someone elses recipe. Is the box stable with 2.0.36 ?
> something which I have sent to the kernel list, other times, the machine
> just dies. The machine is still "pingable", and at the console, keyboard
> input responds, but other then that, it's a paper weight.
Ok that means it died in kernel space with interrupts enabled. So what does
the magic sysreq key and right-alt-scrolllock and friends say your box
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