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Date:      Tue, 1 Jun 1999 03:17:44 -0500 (EST)
From:      Alfred Perlstein <bright@rush.net>
To:        David Schwartz <davids@webmaster.com>
Cc:        stable@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: Reboot during make world
Message-ID:  <Pine.BSF.3.96.990601031541.9491s-100000@cygnus.rush.net>
In-Reply-To: <000101beabe0$83403600$021d85d1@whenever.youwant.to>

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On Mon, 31 May 1999, David Schwartz wrote:

> 
> 	This type of crash is almost always flaky memory or an overheating
> processor, but this machine has been reliable in the past. It's running
> 3.2-STABLE. I recompiled the kernel and rebooted a few hours today. Then,
> just now, I went to do a 'make world', and it just rebooted.
> 
> 	Here's the last thing left on my telnet session:
> 
> ---------------
> 

[snip] 

> /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc_int/../../../../contrib/gcc/cse.c -o cse.o
> {standard input}: Assembler messages:
> {standard input}:4057: Error: operands given don't match any known 386
> instruction
> {standard input}:4057: Error: Unknown pseudo-op:  `.l762'
> {standard input}:5110: Error: operands given don't match any known 386
> instruction
> {standard input}:5110: Error: Unknown pseudo-op:  `.l914'
> cc: {standard input}:7616: Error: operands given don't match any known 386
> instruction
> {standard input}:7616: Error: Rest of line ignored. First ignored character
> is `%'.
> Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
> *** Error code 1
> 

[snip] 

> ----------------
> 
> 	I realize that this is not enough information to track down a problem that
> is most likely just hardware. But I'm posting this in case it means anything
> to anyone. If it repeats itself, I'll try to get some debug info.

99.999999% sure you have a heating problem.  heating problems can 
spontaniously develop, *pointing at p120 who's fan failed one day*

-Alfred



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