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AW: [suse-amd64] Dual Opteron crashes with Kernel Panic
- From: "Andreas Wahlert" <andreas.wahlert@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 20:31:06 +0000 (UTC)
- Message-id: <000001c4e3ae$28caa3c0$02c8a8c0@go4it>
Which kernel version have you testet?? (uname -a)
It's no hardware issue. We get this error on all the maschines.
We have this problem only with SuSE 9.2, the "out-of-the-box" kernel and
the next patched kernels.
Von: Shawn Faulkingham [mailto:shawn.faulkingham@xxxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 16. Dezember 2004 18:50
Betreff: Re: [suse-amd64] Dual Opteron crashes with Kernel Panic
I would like to verify this as well...we had a v20z that would randomly
shutdown on us. We replaced a faulty fan, and no more shutdowns. I then
got the newest kernel from kernel.org, and was able to get IPMI working
on it as well...Suse 9.0 Pro with 2.6.9 kernel...
On Thu, 2004-12-16 at 08:47 -0700, Eric Whiting wrote:
> Here is something else to look at: (perhaps not related -- I'm new to
> this thread)
> Sun Document ID 57680 lists an issue with their dual opteron box
> pci-x cards in 133Mhz slots. It also links to a bios update and an AMD
> errata page that lists other issues.
> We have a cluster of dual opterons. A few of these have had kernel
> issues, but this is usually fixed with a replacement cpu or board.
> of our problems appear to be hardware related and not kernel.
> Andi Kleen wrote:
> >On Thu, Dec 16, 2004 at 11:27:45AM +0100, Rainer Koenig wrote:
> >>Hi Andreas,
> >>Andreas Wahlert <Andreas.Wahlert@xxxxxx> writes:
> >>>I'm in a serious discussion with the FSC Celsius man in Augsburg.
> >>>perhaps there are any results today or monday.
> >>Can you give me more contact info about that Celsius man in
> >>Per definition it should be me... but I just read about this because
> >>your problem is also showing up at other customers of our CELSIUS
> >>and that other customer pointed us to this thread. Sorry that this
> >>problem didn't get my attention before.
> >>And yes, I can perfectly reproduce it here on my V810 as well.
> >It probably depends on the amount of memory installed and the BIOS
> >version. Basically the crash happens when the kernel tries
> >to duplicate MTRR setup done by the BIOS to the other CPU, so likely
> >there is some issue in the original MTRR setup.
> >I haven't heard a report for it from the V810 at suse, perhaps it
> >doesn't show it.
> >There is a bug open for the issue, but I haven't had time to look at
> >it in detail yet.
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