Eskinews crashed at around 2:10pm today. I was not aware of it until about 4pm (slept late due to the fact that I was up till 8am battling the web server). It crashed with an error in the kernel's handling of a virtual memory paging request. I don't know what caused this, I haven't seen this particular error before, and this machine is generally very stable (it had been about three months since the previous crash, and that was a more common Linux interrupt handler crash which is an occasional problem on the Sparc platform) with these kernels. Eskinews, like www, is still running an older kernel, so if/when 2.2.x is stable on multiple CPU Sparc's this may go away. We haven't had a chance to try the real recent kernel. It took another two hours to bring the system up because of the time it takes to run fsck on the news spool partition.