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Re: I need help debugging a random lockup



Not sure about the cpu temp, I don't have any monitoring on it, the air
blowing out the back is a bit warmer than I expected it to be though..
I'll try and get temp monitoring working tonight or tomorrow (I hadn't
really considered it seriously until you mentioned it).  I'll try
swapping nvidia driver as well.

The workstation has one SATA disk, via controller (built into the
motherboard.

I have virtually the same setup at home (ati card instead of nvidia,
opteron 248 instead of 246, different brand of ram), but don't seem to
run into the freeze problem at home (that is, I can't remember it
happening)  .. I'll try the oo calc thing tonight though and see if it
works here.

Thanks for the suggestions : )

--
 Marshall

On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 16:14, Bill Broadley wrote:
> How hot is the air coming out of the case?  What are the CPU temperatures?
> 
> Try turning off the nvidia drivers and use the xfree86 nv driver (2d only)
> and see if the freezes go away.
> 
> What kind of disks do you have?  IDE? SATA? SCSI?  Controller?
> 
> On Wed, May 05, 2004 at 03:34:58PM -0400, Marshall Lewis wrote:
> > I'm not sure how to begin debugging this, it's not something that I've
> > ever had happen on a linux system before.  I have an opteron workstation
> > here at work, and it locks up more or less randomly... It's a complete
> > system freeze.  There are no messages about it in /var/log/messages, and
> > I'm guessing there aren't any messages on the consoles, although I have
> > no real way to confirm. 
> > 
> > It doesn't seem to be application related (unless maybe it's X itself or
> > the nvidia drivers), and is not load related.  .. it can happen while
> > I'm clicking around in firefox, typeing on openoffice, coding in nedit
> > or zend studio, highlighting text, etc.. etc... .. and of course it even
> > happens when my back is turned (probably out of spite).
> > 
> >  On any other machine I might suspect the ram.. and I guess I'm kinda
> > suspecting the ram here, but it is an opteron, and it's running with ECC
> > ram... so ram really shouldn't be an issue right?  or wrong? : )
> > 
> > 
> > Any suggestions on how I can determine the cause of the lockup? (or at
> > least narrow it down).  BTW these lockups occured in FC1 as well
> > (currently running FC2T3).
> > 
> > --
> >  Marshall
> > 
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