tracking down a lockup problem
fc-cornette at insight.rr.com
Mon Jun 11 03:26:35 UTC 2007
Jeffrey Ross wrote:
>>> Jeffrey Ross wrote on Tue, Jun 05 2007 at 09:36 (-0400):
>>>> I'm having system lockup problems with Fedora 7. This is running on a
>>>> machine that ran FC6 for long stretches of time without reboot.
>>>> My questions are:
>>>> 1) How to I track down what is causing the lockups
>>> read /var/log/messages
>>> and the output of dmesg.
>>> Post your problem on this list, someone may be able to help you out.
>>>> 2) When I find out what is causing the lockups how do I submit a
>>> If it is really a bug and not some misconfiguration:
>> attached are links to the output of dmesg and /var/log/messages (last two
>> reboots) I left them as links due to their size. If anybody has
>> suggestions I'd appreciate it.
>> Also I have noticed that after a lockup, if I restart the machine with the
>> reset button the USB devices don't all come back unless I unplug and
>> replug them or do a second reboot. The machine is running on a 2.8 Ghz
>> Pentium D (Dual Core) and Fedora is x86_64. The Motherboard is an Intel
>> DG965RY with 2GB of RAM.
>> Any help would really be appreciated!
>> Thanks, Jeff
> I just installed the newly posted kernel (2.6.21-1.3219.fc7) last night
> hoping it would somehow solve my lockup problems, alas, no such luck the
> system just restarted itself via the watchdog timer. :(
> I'm at a loss to provide useful information as nothing is sent to the
> console (I've correctly set up a serial console).
> Suggestions? Everything was quite stable under FC6 and I would prefer not
> to go back if I don't have too. Am I the only one with lockup problems
> with Fedora 7 with a Dual Core processor running x86_64 and Intel's 965
> Thanks, Jeff
Sorry! wrong thread!
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