6.10.0-rc2 (and 6.9) - kernel panic - not syncing: fatal exception in interrupt

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Hi, I'm trying to figure out why my server keeps crashing. 

I've tried to get the logs working, but so far haven't seen the crash log in them.

Now i connected a display to be able to see what happens, and got kernel panic - not syncing: fatal exception in interrupt

this happened in the regular release and in 6.10.0-rc2 as well. doesn't seem to be dependent on version.


the server is a Dell t320 with Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2430L 0 @ 2.00GHz 48GB RAM and a bunch of different things that should be listed in the diagnostics I guess.


I'm trying to set up a remote syslog server now to see if that one picks up anything more.


sadly I don't have a working ipmi, so not able to get the serverlog.


When googling the problem I found several posts, but nothing that's helped me pinpoint the problem.


Anyone that has a fantastic solution for me? 

I'm starting to wonder if it could be either the perc710 or the sas card.


all help appreciated  




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i still don't know what's going on here... but it seems it's more than just the kernel panic. the most recent issue is actually much stranger. i thought that the server crashed completely every time, but now i've invested in an idrac controller and i can see that sometimes it just loses contact with the network, and things keep happening on the server.

attached is a screencapture of what it kept saying every couple of minutes and the syslog from before i did a reboot



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