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    what was the last working kernel/config for you?
    if an earlier kernels work without problems, then it`s a regression
    can you switch to kernel log console before the freeze and wait for it to happen?
    any message/oops/panic there?
    does the system respond to sysrq after the freeze ? (http://linuxgazette.net/issue81/vikas.html )

    roland


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    Subject: latest git freezes my system
    From: "Justin Mattock"
    Date: 2008-04-19 7:23:14
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    I updated the latest git 2.6.25-02519-g3925e6f on my macbook pro, and
    I seem to experiencing a system freeze on a given random number, i.g.
    The system will run for five minuetes no problem, then a system
    freeze, or during the boot process when the systems try's to load the
    modules I'll receive a freeze
    or I'll get the system up then within minuetes. Is there something I
    need to add to my .config, or is this something more complex.
    Also I'm seeing a no module symbols loaded kernel modules not enabled,
    in /var/log/kern.log; could this be related.
    any help would be appreciated..

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  2. Re: latest git freezes my system

    On Sat, Apr 19, 2008 at 2:18 AM, wrote:
    > what was the last working kernel/config for you?
    > if an earlier kernels work without problems, then it`s a regression
    > can you switch to kernel log console before the freeze and wait for it to happen?
    > any message/oops/panic there?
    > does the system respond to sysrq after the freeze ? (http://linuxgazette.net/issue81/vikas.html )
    >
    > roland
    >
    >
    > List: linux-kernel
    > Subject: latest git freezes my system
    > From: "Justin Mattock"
    > Date: 2008-04-19 7:23:14
    > Message-ID: dd18b0c30804190023ka240e30u27f20fcbf4295a35 () mail ! gmail ! com
    > [Download message RAW]
    >
    >
    >
    > I updated the latest git 2.6.25-02519-g3925e6f on my macbook pro, and
    > I seem to experiencing a system freeze on a given random number, i.g.
    > The system will run for five minuetes no problem, then a system
    > freeze, or during the boot process when the systems try's to load the
    > modules I'll receive a freeze
    > or I'll get the system up then within minuetes. Is there something I
    > need to add to my .config, or is this something more complex.
    > Also I'm seeing a no module symbols loaded kernel modules not enabled,
    > in /var/log/kern.log; could this be related.
    > any help would be appreciated..
    >
    > --
    > Justin P. Mattock
    >
    > __________________________________________________
    > GRATIS: Movie-FLAT. Jetzt freischalten!
    > http://freemail.web.de/club/maxdome.htm/?mc=025557
    >
    >


    Hello, Yes the last .config worked fine for me. I can go ahead and try
    what you had said, and see if I receive any info on why I there is a
    freeze.
    regards;


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