Re: Simple question re: oops
From: Lee Revell
Date: Sat Jul 30 2005 - 19:20:06 EST
On Sun, 2005-07-31 at 02:11 +0200, Alexander Nyberg wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 30, 2005 at 07:48:11PM -0400 Lee Revell wrote:
> > I have a machine here that oopses reliably when I start X, but the
> > interesting stuff scrolls away too fast, and a bunch more Oopses get
> > printed ending with "Aieee, killing interrupt handler".
> > How do I get the output to stop after the first Oops?
> set /proc/sys/kernel/panic_on_oops to 1
> What version of the kernel is that? It shouldn't do recursive oopses
> (of the same task) any more.
2.6.10 (whatever comes with Ubuntu Hoary). It's a demo install for a
client on cobbled together hardware. First I suspected the bleeding
edge GeForce video card, then we swapped it which didn't help. Now I
suspect the hard drive (or a kernel bug).
And I was wrong, it wasn't more Oopses, it was "scheduling while atomic"
messages that forced the interesting stuff offscreen.
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