Bryan O'Donoghue <bryano at europlex.ie> writes:
> Not a backtrace?
> Otherwise a quick dmesg might point in the direction of oops.
Not a backtrace, but c&p from dmesg. The same content appears on
stdout (as root, on console).
> It occured to me to add after, I posted, if there's recently been a
> nic added, then there's a possibility of an IRQ conflict etc.
I'll physically remove the NIC and see if that makes a difference.
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