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Re: kerneloops - any need to raise a bugzilla?



On Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 01:30:12PM +0000, planetf1 wrote:
> I hit a kernel oops this morning where my rawhide x86 X environment just  
> hung. The system was still running and accesible via ssh.
>
> kerneloops is enabled, and submitted a problem automatically
[...]
> Feb 27 11:23:23 snowdon kernel: Modules linked in: vmnet parport_pc  
> vmblock vmci vmmon vfat fat usb_storage iptable_nat nf_nat iwl3945 nfs  
> lockd nfs_acl auth_r

It's running a bunch of VMWare kernel modules.  Can you remove those
and reboot.

Rich.

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