On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 10:54 AM, Andrew McGill <list2008 at lunch.za.net>wrote:
> On Tuesday 09 September 2008 00:49:46 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
> > This is nonsense that I am hearing.
Total and utter nonsense. Now I know sweet FA about asterix, but I think you
have some big issues there. Running netstat should not cause a panic. Likely
a hardware issue somehere, else dodgy GA release kernels or some such.
Update it first, then memtest.
How exactly is the OS modified when netstat is a part of the base OS
I don't think even a minimal install would omit it...
>> Cute. Your car is fitted with a fancy asterisk air conditioner. Opening
> glovebox causes the car to cut out. The car vendor says that you are not
> supposed to open the glovebox because the car has a special air conditioner
> and a sun roof. When the car's wiring burns out in a few months, the
> will say it's not covered by the warranty - you opened the glovebox, after
Hmm, dunno. I do know that using nonstandard components can void warranties.
Case in hand, Using aftermarket HH rated pads causes CBR1000RR disks to warp
-- as this happened to my lovely new blade.
I've been using all sorts on my R6 through the years without any issues...
I feel you have either a kernel or memory/hardware problem.
Bios/firmware updates would also be a good idea -- Sorry have not been
following this thread, just jumping in.
>>> > However going ahead with the actual
> > issue, I would like to hear if anyone else had a similar occurence.
> FWIW, all sorts of strange problems are caused by bad memory.
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