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Firstly, sorry for crossposting but I am a rather desperate person :) We are running a Sco Openserver 5.0.5 (no patches) system on the following hardware; IBM X225 Single 2.4GHz Xeon CPU 3x18GB IBM 10k HDs IBM ServeRAID 768MB RAM Adaptec SCSI + IBM DDS4 The system has been installed about 4 months. During that period we have had about 4 system crashes with the following message; Unexpected trap in kernal mode cr0_0x80010013 etc etc etc etc PANIC: K_trap - Kernel mode trap type 0x00000000E Cannot dump pages 196478 to dumpdev.hd (1/41) spare for only 97792 pages Dump not completed ...

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    Default Unexpected trap in kernel mode

    Firstly, sorry for crossposting but I am a rather desperate person :)

    We are running a Sco Openserver 5.0.5 (no patches) system on the following
    hardware;

    IBM X225
    Single 2.4GHz Xeon CPU
    3x18GB IBM 10k HDs
    IBM ServeRAID
    768MB RAM
    Adaptec SCSI + IBM DDS4

    The system has been installed about 4 months. During that period we have had
    about 4 system crashes with the following message;

    Unexpected trap in kernal mode

    cr0_0x80010013 etc etc etc etc

    PANIC: K_trap - Kernel mode trap type 0x00000000E

    Cannot dump pages 196478 to dumpdev.hd (1/41) spare for only 97792 pages

    Dump not completed

    NOTICE: Flushing cache on the IBM PC ServeRAID adapters. Wait.
    NOTICE: Flushing complete

    There is no consistancy in the message, i.e. there is nothing in particular
    we do to get it.

    Hope someone can help.

    Regards

    Robbie Niblock


    Robbie Guest

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    Default Re: Unexpected trap in kernel mode

    Robbie Niblock wrote: 
    look at this: http://aplawrence.com/Unixart/trape.html

    Also why not check the patches at support.sco.com?

    505a and OSS600a in particular...

    /dev/null Guest

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    Default Re: Unexpected trap in kernel mode

    On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 11:16:21 -0000, "Robbie Niblock"
    <co.uk> wrote:
     

    Do you have hyperthreading enabled? SCO supports hyperthreading in
    OSR5.0.7 with UP1 installed, but not before.

    SCO's official support for Pentium 4 processors starts with OSR5.0.6
    with rs506a installed. See TA# 115963 at http://support.sco.com
     

    Also see the link to Tony's site that /dev/null referred to.


    Scott McMillan

    Scott Guest

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