Hello Slug Community,
this is my first post in this group, and I hope that I chose the
correct group for my problem. If not, please direct me to a better
place to post my question. I don't believe this is a Linux/Debian
issue, but rather a hardware issue.
I bought a used slug in the beginning of this year and installed
Debian on it. It's been running ok, but I got regular error messages
(on the average at least once a day) in the kernel log like this:
Mar 12 19:50:03 slug kernel: Bad page state in process 'rrdtool'
Mar 12 19:50:03 slug kernel: page:c02e2ac0 flags:0x00000000
mapping:00000040 map count:0 count:0
Mar 12 19:50:03 slug kernel: Trying to fix it up, but a reboot is
The process causing these messages wasn't always the same, so I
think I can rule out software errors. This also happened with
different kernel versions.
I could live with these messages since they didn't seem to effect
routine operations too much, but for the last couple of weeks, the
slug has been crashing more and more often. This seems to have been
aggravated by the well-known power supply problem. With a new power
supply, I could get the slug up and running again, but the "bad page
state" problem remained. It even occured in the Debian installer, so
I decided to go for a new slug instead, which hasn't yet shown this
Is anybody here who has heard about this issue before? Earlier
research on the Web indicated that this error could result from a
defective RAM, but I can't find that source any more.
Before I throw my old slug away, is there any chance I could get it