Fedora Core 2 freeze after several minutes/hours
Lee Un Pang
lewis at eecl1.cl.eee.umac.mo
Sat Jul 24 04:27:37 UTC 2004
On Fri, 23 Jul 2004 20:38:07 -0400, Jim Cornette wrote
> e98cuenc at free.fr wrote:
> > Quoting Steven Op de beeck <steven at opdebeeck.org>:
> >>e98cuenc at free.fr wrote:
> >>>I'm running FC2 on a PIII 733Mhz with a Powercolor graphic card (powered by
> >>>ATI 7500).
> >>>After a few (1-2) hours of use, it stops dead for no obvious reason (doing
> >>>nothing CPU intensive, sometimes just reading a local html page with
> >>Do the freezes occur while you are working? Or when you pc is idle.
> > It doesn't matter if I'm working or not.
> > I'd already desactivated the screensaver, as I also though that it may be the
> > cause of the freeze, but it keeps freezing.
> > Cheers,
> This sounds to me what I've been experiencing.
> If I use X for about 2 hours, it leaves whatever image that was
> there when X departed.
> This problem is still there for later test versions. I tried smp and
> non-smp kernels and it still crashed in about 2 hours.
> I tested the computer out for longer durations. Logging into
> terminals and doing commands to reboot and to save log files. If
> your failure seems to be similar. It would be great if you can help
> resolve this problem with your additions. It is for FC3T1, but I
> suspect these are the latest X packages.
> When I close down X when not in use. Then startx the X wen work is
> to be done that is GUI related. I got a full work days worth of
> uptime. I'm sure that it would have run longer than that. This was
> with an SMP kernel.
> I suggest runlevel 3 and dropping the GUI until it is needed.
> If this is not similar to your 2 hour crashes, I guess there are
> more variety bugs out there.
> This is on a dell computer w/ multithreading. I don't know if this
> would be of any significance.
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I am the same problem as you in Dell computer. Do you have any solution on
this? since i must use X to run some special application.
By the way, did you try FC1? Do you have this problem by using FC1?
Thanks a lot
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