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Description of problem:
Kernel oops (see attachment) during boot sequence.
Motherboard is Tyan Thunder S2880, 2 x 244 opteron processors, 6 x 1GB RAM, APCI
is turned off in BIOS to avoid APCI bug.
Passing mem=3G to the kernel through grub avoids the oops
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install RHEL-beta WS
2. Boot SMP kernel
Actual Results: Oops
Expected Results: Load a few more devices(?) and start the initscripts.
Created attachment 93393 [details]
kernel output with oops
We just received a similar system for testing in our lab (S2885 - same chipset,
more features). We installed 6G of RAM and were able to successfully install
and run the RHEL3 release candidate. Did this bug show up every time you
booted? Have you tried the latest release on it?
We have not duplicated this bug in-house, and the customer has not
supplied any more information; changing status to NEEDINFO.
No update from customer, and I suspect this may be a combination of
firmware and MTRR parsing issues that we persued with Tyan and AMD
(see Bug 118556 among others). Closing this as CURRENTRELEASE since
this platform should be working now.