I'm acquainted with kernel panics, and would like
to humbly suggest considering some of the tried
and true methods for debugging them.
On 09/08/08 15:49, Walter Faleiro wrote:
> I tried to run the command netstat -tap | grep LISTEN on the asterix box.
> The Centos 5.x system gave kernel panic. When I contacted the vendor he said
> the OS is modified and we should not be running commands like netstat. This
> is nonsense that I am hearing. However going ahead with the actual issue, I
> would like to hear if anyone else had a similar occurence.
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