[icecast] ices crash

Jack Moffitt jack at xiph.org
Wed Feb 6 23:17:59 UTC 2002

> Feb  6 14:26:47 bauhaus kernel: Oops: 0000

This is not an ices problem. :)

A few things might be the cause:

1) buggy kernel (it happens).  upgrade to something newer and see if the
problem goes away.

2) heat.  scsi drives get hot.  i've seen this before when my machine
wasn't adequately cooled.  processors get hot.  Does this only happen if
it's been running for a while?

3) faulty hardware, usually memory (though could be a scsi controller or
a harddrive).  memtest86 usually will catch most memory errors and ram
is pretty cheap to replace these days.

<p>1 and 2 should be fairly easy to fix.  3 involves lots of diagnosis.


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