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Hi all ppl,

I'm running obsd 3.6 for a time and i'm noticing that each 10/15 days it
runs a kernel panic and stay in ddb{0} until i reboot it with 'boot
dump'. I would like to know what to do next time in order to get a more
concised idea of what happend b4 k panic because now im reading the log
files and i didn't discover anything extrange.

I have updated to the last stable release and i recompiled a new kernel
for this SMP computer (2x350Mhz PII), and i think that maybe the panic
problems should come in that direction...

Thx appreciated in advance from almost a newbie in BSD

Sm0ke TsT


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