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Re: Does '5.7.6-1' work on USIIIi for you? (was: Re: sparc64 kernel crashes, & using SAS/SATA drives instead of SCA/FC-AL)

On 7/12/20 1:57 PM, Romain Dolbeau wrote:
> After failing to deliberately crash my home-cross-compiled vanilla 5.2
> on the Sun Blade 2500 Red, I installed the current kernel in Sid:
> linux-image-5.7.0-1-sparc64-smp  5.7.6-1
> And managed to do a full rebuild of GCC 10.1 (starting with recent
> binutils/gmp/mpfr/mpc/isl before a complete 3-stage bootstrap), and in
> parallel do a git checkout of Linux, some package installation and a
> configure/rebuild of ZFS. Took almost a day (with a shutdown/reboot
> the middle of stage 2), no crash in sight, though I tried via SSH only
> (the XVR-600 isn't supported in X). The machine has been rock-solid so
> far (running from a SAS drive on a flashed 1068)...
> For those with crashes - could you try the current kernel and see if
> it fixes the problem? And if it doesn't, what kind of workload do you
> have when the kernel crashes? I've seen the crashes myself but can't
> reproduce them anymore and I don't have the archive of the 5.6 I might
> have been running at the time...

Sounds good. I will give it a try.


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