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on -f xxx on M2 crashes kernel  
I build a .boot file on an Trinity M2 machine.  I copied that .boot file to a 6.3.2 machine ( the idea is to be able to 
use 8Gig of ram) but I didn't want to setup the developpers with a beta release, mainly because I can't go back.

If from a 6.3.2 machine I do on -f xxx ( xxx being the TrinityM2 .boot machine), the machine will display a nice kernel 
dump.  I tried the same thin on a full TrinityM2 machine ( not just the .boot ) and it's the same problem.

That full TrinityM2 machine has only 1Gig of ram and one processor so that issue isn't related to the extra ram (8Gig) 
or SMP kernel.

Re: on -f xxx on M2 crashes kernel  
On Fri, Nov 23, 2007 at 09:58:16AM -0500, Mario Charest wrote:
> If from a 6.3.2 machine I do on -f xxx ( xxx being the TrinityM2 .boot
> machine), the machine will display a nice kernel dump.  I tried the same
> thin on a full TrinityM2 machine ( not just the .boot ) and it's the
> same problem.

Yup: PR 52697, found and fixed at the begining of November. The fix was
checked in subversion revision 157586.

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