LeRoy Cressy on 12 Apr 2005 00:15:02 -0000

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Re: [PLUG] Network services dying

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Ian Reinhart Geiser wrote:
> On Monday 11 April 2005 02:27 pm, Luke Renn wrote:
>>* Ian Reinhart Geiser <geiseri@yahoo.com> [2005-04-11 14:17:29 -0400]:
>>>it did this with 2.4.x kernels too, but ill give it a whirl.  btw what
>>>does that flag do?
>>You can read about it here: http://lwn.net/Articles/92727/.
> thx
>>The default was changed in 2.6.7 to be 7.  I believe most distro's put
>>it back to 0, but if you roll your own, or use a source based distro,
>>it will get you.  When i up'ed my gentoo box to 2.6.7 this drove me
>>crazy for a while.  Though, since this affected you with a 2.4 kernel,
>>i would say its something else.
> Yeah it seems to be still there.  Could it be the motherboard that is the 
> problem?  I would be shocked if it where, but maybe.

Have you attempted using a KNOPPIX CD and boot off of it?  I have found
that they have been a tremendous help in finding where the troubles are

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