Hi all !I have setup a Centos 5.4 server on some old hardware. I use it as a backup of our production email server (Zimbra).I get kernel panics a unpredictable times, maybe during... [by thewild]
on 04/13/2010 – Made popular on 04/13/2010
Best_ wrote:I thought it was my hardware that was failing...That's exactly what I thought because the crash is hard and totally unpredictable, and then I remembered this thread (and finally caught a backtrace showing that the X "lockups" I've been having for several days were really kernel panics on "illegal opcode", my system was attempting some i/o on a jfs filesyst
Since when I installed netatalk on Ubuntu server 14.04 I get a kernel panic at boot. I think netatalk is the cause because I can see the word "appletalk" many times in the kernel panic screen. I've also changed both my RAM modules and checked my HDD, CPU and GPU to be sure that the kernel panic was not caused by a hardware failure.
Recently, I've been getting kernel panics from my machine, and I'm at a loss for how to fix them.
I'm running slackware64 14.1 on an AMD Quadcore 9600.
Panics most often occur during bootup, after lilo loads the kernel and before I get to login. My machine also will freeze now and again when starting X, failing to send any signal to my monitor or respond to keyboard commands.
Hi,after different times of usage, I got a kernel panic with every kernel I tried since 3.4.9, but for that one I atleast got logs and saw some output on the screen iirc. The kernels I tried in the mean time include 3.5.3-1, 3.5.4-1, 3.6.2-1 and 3.6.5-1 and some -ck versions from the aur.
so far I never had troubles to run Ubuntu Server Editions on various Dell, Sun/Oracle and Fujitsu Servers. On our new Fujitsu RX350S8 however I get a Kernel Panic during the installation process (seems to occur at random at some point when apt is fetching packages). My last attempt was in February this year using Saucy. I had similar results with Debian. It works with CentOs.