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The kernel reboots upon loading on a ECS K8T890 mainboard with AMD Athlon 64 3800+ cpu. Kernel appears to still be initializing when the computer reboots. Not entirely sure since the screen blips too fast to get anything meaningful. Linux kernel 220.127.116.11 worked with identical config file. Identical config file works on another computer.
A git bisect would be appreciated. It should be pretty quick from .4 to .3.
> Not entirely sure since the screen blips too fast to get anything meaningful.
before doing a bisection you could try the following boot options:
(the boot_delay parameter will cause each printk to wait 10000 msecs)
The kernel has been git bisected now. So this is the result:
2d852892256a5a1bb6fd8399445b8cd12b94de0a was both good and bad
One bisect before that I can boot. So the bug doesn't make sense so I looked changed from booting /vmlinuz to /vmlinuz-18.104.22.168-00038-g2d8529 and was able to boot. Now I also have a /vmlinuz-22.214.171.124-00038-g2d8529.old which worked from booting from /vmlinuz. I checked the files and they are different. The files are the same but different internally. So I ran a cp command with out deleting and was able to boot from /vmlinuz again.
To install the kernel I ran, "make install". On my other computer that worked just fine and both files are the same. The only difference is changing the version information on the kernel from a working vmlinuz and a corrupted vmlinuz.
I'm not experiencing this bug on the computer any more with the kernel 126.96.36.199
This bug should not be listed as one of the regressions.