Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 121350
Ooops after nash starts
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:40 EST
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Description of problem:
Kernel goes into an oops loop on startup (hardware is an IBM eServer
325, single CPU)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Created attachment 99568 [details]
Log from startup
I installed the kernel update today on four different machines.
Ihaven't seen the kernel oops on the i686 boxes, but I am experiencing
1. On an SMP system(Dell PE 2650, Dual P4 2.6Ghz), the network
connectivity to two of them(tg3) is extrememly slow and is dropping
packets left and right. I could barely get into the machines to
changethe grub.conf back to the previous release and reboot.
2. On one of the SMP systems, NIS stopped working(maybe due to the
3. On a PIII 850Mhz, there are no problems with the intel 10/100
adaptors and the system seems to be running fine.Can I provide any
I had a similar problem with the kernel that came out with the initial
Test 2 release. It was corrected in the first kernel update to Test 2.