NMI received for unknown reason 29 on CPU 0.
tonynelson at georgeanelson.com
Wed Sep 6 15:14:28 UTC 2006
At 4:24 PM +0200 9/6/06, Mitja Mihelic wrote:
>>Seems possible, though the voltage alarm at least doesn't do
>>anything here. Try increasing the alarm thresholds.
>How and where do I do that ?
Read the /etc/sensors.conf file.
>How about the accompanying output ? It seems to be a problem with
>the network card.
>The strange thing is, that we have two identical machines, who
>produce the same errors.
>We instaleld one, and then cloned the installation for the second one.
>I'm starting to lean more to the pissibility of a software problem.
Sure, that's why you're looking at the alarm thresholds, which are software.
TonyN.:' <mailto:tonynelson at georgeanelson.com>
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