atoth at atoth
Jan 4, 2011, 10:38 AM
I see. Now I fired up my spare notebook and transferred the system in the
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mean time. :P
I'm currently suffering of crashes occuring while I'm transcoding a
scientific event's DVD content. It became very frustrating.
Would it be possible that the CPU itself is actually failing (opcode 0000)?
The temperature is absolutely within normal limits even during heavy
usage, so I'm sure it's not because of overheating. It's a Pentium M
1.8Ghz, and the notebook's fan is OK.
I'll give vanilla a spin, nevertheless. How I could get closer to the
failing code in case of a kernel problem? Are there any useful suggestions
- besides changing architecture (which is not possible at the moment)?
dr Tóth Attila, Radiológus, 06-20-825-8057
Attila Toth MD, Radiologist, +36-20-825-8057
2011.Január 4.(K) 17:46 időpontban pageexec [at] freemail ezt írta:
> On 4 Jan 2011 at 14:52, "Tóth Attila" wrote:
>> No errors were found after 12 hours of memtest.
>> However some serious crashes still occur.
>> I attach snippets of kern.log.
>> Is it still suggests a hardware error?
> when i said memory corruption, i didn't mean a hw error but a sw one
> that causes it ;). and i wonder whether the buggy code is in vanilla
> already or not since we don't really touch the failing code directly.