[CentOS] Kernel panic - not syncing: CPU context corrupt

Lanny Marcus lmmailinglists at gmail.com
Fri Jun 20 23:08:53 UTC 2008

On 6/20/08, Alwin Roosen <alwin.roosen at webline.be> wrote:

> This is a brand new server, which has been tested for days with FreeBSD
> in our office, and a few days with Windows on the site of our hardware
> distributor. Now customer wants CentOS, which we installed, but after
> few days we get a kernel panic. Last night at 2:08 it gave the same
> kernel panic.

Have you checked to verify that the fans are spinning?

Since it is a new system, I think you should take it back to your HW
distributor and have them run cerberus(ctcs) on it, as Richard Karhuse

If it takes a few days for it to get the Kernel Panic, I doubt that is
related to the OS.

Let your HW distributor do the work of troubleshooting and replacing
whatever component(s) are faulty. They can get a CentOS Live CD and
run that on it.

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