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Invalid opcode:0000

Post by Blisk » 2018/11/23 13:22:31

My server start to work strage, when I reboot it, it works for 5 minutes than I get this on screen. It started today at night!
I have no Idea how so solve this, can someone help please?
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Re: Invalid opcode:0000

Post by toracat » 2018/11/24 17:28:08

The information that appears on the screen is not enough to collect details about the crash. What is the kernel version? Can you boot to an earlier version and see if that boots?
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Re: Invalid opcode:0000

Post by Blisk » 2018/11/24 18:47:33

yes I can boot into 5 differend kernels, but it is aways the same, this server was fully updated.
it goes further than it reboot itself.

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Re: Invalid opcode:0000

Post by TrevorH » 2018/11/24 18:58:20

Try downloading and running memtest86+ for at least 12 hours, preferably longer. This looks and sounds like a hardware error.
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Re: Invalid opcode:0000

Post by Blisk » 2018/11/24 19:10:01

TrevorH wrote:
2018/11/24 18:58:20
Try downloading and running memtest86+ for at least 12 hours, preferably longer. This looks and sounds like a hardware error.
I have the same thought too.
I will setup new server and when it is operational I will digaose this one

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