new motherboard - fsck_ufs died with signal 8
PeterJeremy at optushome.com.au
Tue Jun 22 07:45:56 GMT 2004
On Mon, 2004-Jun-21 21:32:59 +0200, Gordon Bergling wrote:
>It tried many times to get in complete build for an GENERIC based kernel
>config, but I didn't get _one_ successfully build. Every build breaks on
>a different position of the build process. Mostly asm-erros or gcc core
>dumps. The strange thing is that the build of GENERIC runs successful.
This smells very much like a hardware problem - buildworld and buildkernel
have proven to be excellent system stress tests over time.
Make sure the CPU & system cooling and power supply is up to scratch -
it's not clear how much of your system is new but your old PSU might
be a bit stressed running your new XP.
>I had run memtest about 20 times and it didn't find any errors, so I
>think the RAM should be okay.
(I presume this is Memtest86 from www.memtest86.com). Whilst in-situ
memory tests will pick up a stuck bit or badly out-of-tolerance memory,
they are far less reliable at detecting marginal memory or pattern
sensitivities. Can you exchange the DIMM or (temporarily) swap it with
a known good one?
Have you tried under-clocking your system or using less aggressive RAM
timings? If that makes it stable, it's a fairly clear indication that
your system is marginal.
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