Re: Kernel hang on multi-threaded X process crash
Manuel McLure (email@example.com)
Sun, 22 Apr 2001 20:23:39 -0700
On 2001.04.22 20:17 Manuel McLure wrote:
> On 2001.04.22 19:27 Manuel McLure wrote:
> > On 2001.04.22 18:55 Manuel McLure wrote:
> > > The machine is an Athlon Thunderbird 900MHz with 256M of PC133 DRAM
> > an
> > > MSI K7T Turbo R motherboard. I am running 2.4.3-ac12 currently,
> > > 2.4.3-ac11
> > > and 2.4.3-ac5 hung the same way at least once each before I started
> > > tracking this down. I am running Red Hat 7.1, and am using the
> > > XFree86-4.0.3 RPMs that come with RH71 with the CVS DRI trunk
> > > over it. The kernel was built with kgcc, a gcc-2.96 built kernel has
> > the
> > > same problem.
> > Following up on myself, I replaced the contents of /usr/X11R6 server
> > the standard 4.0.3 RPMs that come with RH 7.1 and it made no
> > Also, if it's important my video card is a Voodoo 5 5500.
> To follow up on my followup, I can now reproduce this 100% and get the
> "Trying to vfree()..." message on the console. To do this I start
> switch to a text console, and do a "killall -QUIT mozilla". A couple of
Make that "killall -QUIT mozilla-bin"...
> "Trying to vfree()..." messages later, it's big red switch time.
> I'm going to try this with standard 2.4.3 as well as the 2.4.2 that comes
> with RH71 - hopefully my filesystem will handle all the fscks :-(
Manuel A. McLure KE6TAW | ...for in Ulthar, according to an ancient
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