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RE: syslog messages



Does anyone have a suggestion as to where I can find this information?
Another mailing list / web site / newsgroup / document?

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>From: 	Greg W. Fiske
>Sent: 	Monday, October 26, 1998 10:15 AM
>To: 	'redhat-install-list redhat com'
>Cc: 	The recipient's address is unknown.
>Subject: 	syslog messages
>
>Can anyone shed some light on what these messages from /var/log/messages
>mean?  I'm aware that some of them ultimately suggest a hardware
>problem.  I want to know what their immediate meaning is (for instance,
>what is a map file and is it bad if I don't have one?)
>
>I get this after every reboot:
>kernel: can't find map file
>
>I've gotten the following a few times :
>
>kernel: free_one_pmd: bad directory entry 00008000
>
>modprobe: can't find module block-major-3
>modprobe: can't find module block-major-22
>also,
>modprobe: can't find module block-major-14
>
>and, finally, (what had me looking at this in the first place)
>
>pppd: Fatal signal 11
>
>pppd works for me mostly but sometimes fails with the above message.
>I've already found http://www.bitwizard.nl/sig11 page that talks about
>signal 11.
>
>Thanks in advance!
>
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