Subject: Re: NetBSD-current resets
To: Adam Ciarcinski <email@example.com>
From: Feico Dillema <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/07/2000 14:37:54
On Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 02:29:44PM +0100, Adam Ciarcinski wrote:
> For some weeks (or more) I have problem with NetBSD-current on i386.
> 1) It resets the machine when RC5 client is running.
> 2) When I don't launch RC5, GCC usually brokes from time to time
> saying "internal compiler error" or something similar
> 3) The systems works for very long time (measured in days) when there is
> no application eating too much CPU time
My experience is this generally indicates hardware problems. Memory
going bad is most common, or soemthing else that causes memory
> I have AMDK6-2 350 MHz (overclocked 333 MHz), 128 MB RAM.
> It is running NetBSD for about 2 years with no such problems.
I'm no overclocking expert, but after 2 years of overclocking a
processor I think it's not strange to get troubles. Overclocking
basically always reduces the expected lifetime. Maybe removing the
overclocking of your CPU or even underclocking it, may solve your
problems. In other words: I don't think it's a NetBSD problem.