Subject: Re: total hang
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Nicolas Zinovieff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/25/2004 17:30:47
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I used to have the same kind of problem on NetBSD 1.6.X on my i386,
until I changed the CPU cooler...
Then I asked a pal, and he confirmed that the motherboard could freeze
the whole computer it the CPU was going too hot.
If it happens in a somewhat high load phase, then I suggest you monitor
your CPU temperature...
Oh, and if you need to heat the box up a bit, I suggest compiling a
netbsd-current distro with all the sets ;)
On May 25, 2004, at 5:19 PM, Jaka Jejcic wrote:
> Here I go again...
> My system (2.0E/i386) hangs now and then, but always when runing
> I update the kernel, userland and X every couple of days (it is after
> all a -current system).
> I would like to see what happens but since only a hard reboot works I
> no trace... any suggestions??? Maybe I should note that I don't know
> it would strike. Sometimes nothing happens for days, others I get
> three hangs
> in a row, but it is no particular operation that I could relate to it.
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