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Old 04-03-2012, 12:21 AM
Kieron Gillespie
 
Default Bug#648766: Another LOCKUP this time on CPU1

So I have obtain a similar error again, this time CPU1 locked up though.

Once again all I have are images of the crash, I am still trying to set
up a serial connection so I can log these errors better. I am right now
trying out different configuration options in the kernel to see if one
of them can fix it, including disabling SMP. I hope that this isn't the
case as it would be a waste to have a whole CPU sitting around. I have
also noticed that the error only really seems to occur if Xorg is
running. I was wondering if the original bug occurred while Xorg was
running as well?


I will copy the trace as soon as I have time to do it by hand.

-Kieron



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Old 04-03-2012, 05:21 AM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#648766: Another LOCKUP this time on CPU1

Kieron Gillespie wrote:

> I will copy the trace as soon as I have time to do it by hand.

Images are fine. We like images.



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