pochini at shiny.it
Fri Aug 29 17:17:18 EST 2003
On 28-Aug-2003 linas at austin.ibm.com wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 10:06:27PM +0200, Giuliano Pochini wrote:
>> > > Random... lockups, oopses, sig11... but nothing useful because is happens
>> > > in random places. Ok, so the answer is no. Maybe the hw is faulty. It's
>> > > the only kernel I used on this mac.
> Can you monitor cpu temp somehow? I had this once when a cpu fan would
> barely spin.
I cannot monitor the tempeature directly because AFAIK that feature is
not available on 7455. The g4fan driver by Samuel Rydh says the temp.
is always around 59C. But I don't think this is the cause because I also
tried to keep the fans at full speed (~50C) with same results.
> Slightly off-topic: I've always wanted to have a memory-cache checker
> kerneld that ran continuously in the background.
> More off-topic. I've always wanted to have an on-line, background fsck
> checker running continuously. I've had problems where a journalling
> FS would think the FS was fine, log journal clean, but in fact, the fs
> had slowly accumulated errors over many months due to ?? faulty
> electronics ??.
Small bugs, more likely. All journalling fs are still beta.
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