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Hi Hannes and all concerned,

after several tests of new obcm git releases I'm
having 'now' the following failures:

30.08.18 22:35:21l SYSTEM: #L Start: V1.07b13-17-ga379 Linux mem 386372kB hd 5552MB
30.08.18 22:35:21l SYSTEM: #L emptytempdir: Cleaned temp directory
30.08.18 22:35:21l SYSTEM: #S initafwdlist: afwd.bcm not found
30.08.18 22:36:27l  I0OJJ: #W SIGSEGV state=R tid=12 tjob=2 maxs=11392
30.08.18 22:36:27l  I0OJJ: #W mblogout: GB7CIP (kill)
30.08.18 22:36:27l  I0OJJ: #W I0OJJ: stk=6048 ev=1 dly=77 "" chartomakro
30.08.18 22:36:27l  I0OJJ: #W board=I0OJJ userjob=16

The kernel used is:

Linux ir0aab 4.4.153-smp #2 SMP Tue Aug 28 14:36:05 CDT 2018 i686 Intel(R)
Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux

The main failure effects are that, while the
monitor activity *appears* a bit normal, the CPU
percentage slow down to about 30-35 percent and
the 'bct' or the telnet connection to the PBBS
freezes :(

As per my concern I'm almost convinced that the
newest linux kernels have the major implications.
73 and ciao, gustavo i0ojj/ir0aab

SICD project Rome Italy
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