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Re: [opensuse-factory] Kernel Panic with snapshot 20180104
07.01.2018 19:03, Knurpht - Gertjan Lettink пишет:
Op zondag 7 januari 2018 12:20:47 CET schreef Jiri Slaby:
On 01/07/2018, 12:07 PM, Stratos Zolotas wrote:
On Sun, Jan 7, 2018 at 12:58 PM, Andrei Borzenkov <arvidjaar@xxxxxxxxx>
Your screenshot shows that kernel panics when starting specific process
(teamviewerd); you should be able to disable this service.

Oh yes, again a closed source issue. That did the trick. Kernel
4.14.11 boots now with "nopti" option after disabling the service

No user space program (provided it does not write to /dev/mem or
something) shall be able to crash the kernel. It is the PTI patchset
suspect here -- there is a lot of issues with that crap arising.

Yup, a sudden increase of posts about freezes, kernel-panic, spontanious
reboots in the forums as well. Both for Tumbleweed and Leap.
Users can test the
boot options by hitting 'e' in GRUB, as a commandline parameter, after
'showopts' .
All these options have been reported to work as well as not to work. Some
report that even booting a previous kernel doesn't work. Of course booting
into a btrfs snapshot does work for those who use btrfs.
FWIW Reported by Debian users as well

There is also at least one report that latest Intel microcode results in
unbootable system:
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