Description of problem:We have FC5 x86_64 on a Pentium D dual core 2.66 GHz
Gigabyte GIGABYTE GA-8N-SLI LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI ATX Intel Motherboard, 1
Mb DDR2-800 RAM and Software RAID 1 (2 West. Dig 500 Gb). This system runs
great until I remotely connect to MySQL via Mysql Query Browser or Mysql Control
Center. I can connect and view all settings on the Mysql server remotely
however, apparently after a connection timeout, the kernel crashes. The system
runs cleanly with no errors (monit and smartd are watching) until this single
issue arises. I frequently develop code remotely and have now crashed the
server each time I have connected recently.
When I observe the machine after a crash, it is spooling out error messages like:
ATA1: series of address errors
ATA2: series of address errors
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible:Connect remotely using MySQL Query Browser or older MySQL
Control Center via port 3306 crashes the kernel after evidently a connection
timeout or execution of certain queries. Root display goes to ATA1: erata and
ATA2: erata with the kernel either partially or fully crashed.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect remotely to www.nsa.bz on port 3306.
2. Execute queries
3. leave connection unattended until timeout occurs
normal ability to remotely connect to MySQL and make queries of all types the
user is approved for.
Additional info: Please note line 4 of the attached log. It is the last log
output before the most recent crash
Created attachment 146343 [details]
Message log from linux kernel
Reassigning to appropriate component.
(In reply to comment #1)
> Created an attachment (id=146343) 
> Message log from linux kernel
You need to upgrade the kernel before anyone can help --
2.6.15 is ancient history now.
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