Yes Cpu temp are monitored but the system as no option shut it's self
off should it over-heat.
And my cpu temp never go over 35 c.(Red ORB cooler (Not over clocking))
"Joe & Sesil Morris (NTM)" wrote:
SuSe Mailling List subscriber wrote:
Last night i posted message asking on help to
aviod my system shutdown
by it self.
Well put statement suggested in lilo.con in the appriate localtion
suggested but jut know the system in question just power off again for
no good reason.
I am running SuSe 7.1 Kernel 2.4.13 Mantel RPM.
512 MB RAM
10 GB (ReiserFS / ext2 /boot)
Matorx Millimum 2 MB (It's work machine )
D-Link 538 TX+ 10/100 MB
Does your BIOS monitor the processor temp? Does it have a way to
shutdown your system if your processor gets above a certain temp? This
is what I suspect. This is independent of APM, and is actually a good
thing because otherwise you may cook your processor. Make sure your
processor fan(s?) turns smoothly, if it doesn't, it may be stopping and
then your machine shuts down.
What noticed this occurs when memory drop below
350 MB the system
shutdown when i am going in to X/Gnome.
Is this reproducable? If not, I suspect this was just coincidence.
What i find strange is i am running RH 7.1 +
Kernel 2.4.13 Kernel.org
with exact same MB/RAM/HD/NIC etc.. and all it well with it.
Are you saying this same machine, or another machine with the same parts?
I have had this problems since kernel 2.4.0 .
I just replaced a motherboard because both CPU fans had stopped, and the
processor apparently blew at least 2 capacitors on the board. I should
have had it shutdown if the temp reached a certain point.
I have checked RAM with memtest and it check out
i have switched ram
from RH 7.1 Box with this one done memory test as well it check out but
It is probably NOT ram then. I doubt it is the kernel either, otherwise
many others would have experienced this problem.
Joe & Sesil Morris
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