Subject: Re: Compile problems
To: None <>
From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Magn=FAs?= Egilsson <>
List: port-vax
Date: 02/04/2000 09:52:54

Succesed preventing the machine from crashing by breaking the compiler
with regular intervals. Managed
to compile samba-2.0.6 this way. Looks like some scratching in the
memory, either by gcc og nfs.


Michael Kukat wrote:
> Hi !
> On Thu, 3 Feb 2000, Magnzs Egilsson wrote:
> > I recently got a 4000/300 up and running, (thanks Michael :) ), but have
> > a slight problem.
> > When I use gcc I get this:
> >
> > ze0 died      resetting
> >
> > This comes a couple of times and then the machine is VERY quiet netwise
> > and on the console. Is there
> > a workaround, (please bear with me, I am new to Vax). I know little of
> > my machine other than this:
> >
> > RAM: 128 mb
> > Qbus: containing 1 functional tapedrive and a dead disk
> > A board labeled Emulex
> I didn't find something useful against this yet. I have running NIS here, and
> have to ftp the kernel to my server. If i use NFS, i get the same problem, and
> the box never talks to my server again. So everything hangs, without NIS and
> my homedir, it doesn't feel very happy. I only can shut down the machine from
> the console, where i'm always logged in as root for this :-)
> If you drive diskless, the problem may be extremely big. Maybe you should try
> mounting via TCP, not UDP. Just an idea, because i have no problems using
> FTP, only NFS, which uses UDP for the transfers.
> BTW: Check your GECOS field or mailer configuration, there is "Magnzs" inside.
> ...Michael
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