I've found a lot of hits on google for this list_del crash but the one that looked most hopeful is allegedly fixed in the exact kernel release that you are running. Based on some of the other ... [by TrevorH]
Just sticking "pxeboot centos" into google gives a lot of hits and the second one is a CentOS wiki article about how to do it. You need a DHCP server that has a next-server pointing to th... [by TrevorH]
You shouldn't need to do anything as the driver is already available as part of the CentOS supplied kernel and modules. To check this, I looked up ISP2532 in /usr/share/hwdata/pci.ids and foun... [by TrevorH]
Over the last month or so my CentOS server has been crashing for reasons I do not know. It has been running for over a year with regular yum updates without problems. The load on the server is perfectly normal with CPU usage at 5-6% and RAM usage at less than half of 32GB of RAM (multiple smaller game servers run off of this box). I am unsure if this is a software issue at all.
No, it's not the same as that guy's issue (not using intel graphics + can also reproduce the issue without X running).Haven't really gotten very far with it yet (besides that I can now make it crash instantly by using a script to fill up my memory, disabled swap for now). The issue only happens when running kernel 3.3.4; downgrading to 3.3.3 (or older obviously) makes it go away.
CentOS 5.5 has been out of support for about 2 years already. The latest and supported release of CentOS 5 is 5.9 and is easily upgraded to by running `yum update` although the presence of c... [by TrevorH]