why would I get a segmentation fault on one system but not the other?
jd1008 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 22 16:34:37 UTC 2015
On 02/22/2015 03:44 AM, David Benfell wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 22, 2015 at 09:19:56AM +0100, Polytropon wrote:
>> On Sat, 21 Feb 2015 17:03:50 -0600, cpet wrote:
>>> As well as don't use stable on a production box as STABLE doesn't mean
>>> what it means.
>> STABLE means that the API/ABI is stable. Unlike HEAD (CURRENT),
>> STABLE still is actually _stable_ in most cases, so it's a valid
>> solution for production systems (given that you're prepared well,
>> and you know what you're doing). I'm running STABLE on few
>> production machines myself (where this is needed), but I usually
>> prefer (and often recommend) using RELEASE and add the security
>> patches when they are available.
> Thinking about this more, I'm inclined to think my problem is not with
> the base system. I haven't seen *any* crashes with stuff that can be
> clearly identified as being in the base system, let alone the kernel.
> My memory test has just completed a 4th pass with zero errors. It's
> now been running for 7.5 hours.
> I think my problem is somewhere in the ports.
A crazy possibility - but thought I would mention it.
Is it possible you are having overheating problems,
fans not running well?...
What about power supply. Is it stable? Are voltage
How about re-seating the ram sticks?
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