Signal 11's all over the place.
peter at servplex.com
Tue Aug 26 06:06:49 PDT 2003
Signal 11's almost always lead to a memory problem... bad chip for example.
At 05:10 AM 8/26/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Signal 11's from different programs and near complete instability usually
>means a fan/heatsink issue, correct?
>Athlon 2400 XP+
>1 gigabyte of RAM
>Is anything else really necessary? Occasionally right after a reboot when
>I run top the thing crashes (the machine is remote) when it does get a
>little spat of stability for whatever reason it seems to allocate ram fine
>and run properly. Thanks to anyone who reads this.
>/* Try unix. Then ./revolution */
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