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    Kernel Panic

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    I believe I just got my first(and lets hope last) kernel panic.

    I left my G5 sleeping and when I came back it said I needed to restart my computer. It said this in several languages.

    Is there anything I should do?

    I ran the Apple Hardware Test(quick test) and everything checked out fine.

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    Obviously you have crons/permissions on rightly, but run permissions just for the fun, I have seen this happen on G5s in the Apple store, it's likely just a hiccup. It can also be a good idea to do a full install since your system is new - and a fresh CD install may be better than the high speed factory write to your hard drive

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    New machine, new install... it's normal.
    It's only a serious worry if it happens on a regular basis.

    On a new machine with next to nothing installed, running the crons and permission is rather meaningless since nothing's been really running, hence not alot has been processed. Crons and permission only become messed up or corrupted when data and application get shifted about, like when it's been in uses.

    If you want a detailed explination as to why your machine had a kernal panic you can check the log files, located in:

    User > Logs > CrashReporter

    Just double click on each file and it'll open. Your system records just about every action into this useful log, that can be used for debugging.

    For example (my last reported system crash)

    Code:
    **********
    
    Host Name:      xxxxxxxx.netvigator.com
    Date/Time:      2004-08-13 11:53:21 +0800
    OS Version:     10.3.5 (Build 7M34)
    Report Version: 2
    
    Command: SystemUIServer
    Path:    /System/Library/CoreServices/SystemUIServer.app/Contents/MacOS/SystemUIServer
    Version: 1.2.1 (1.2.1)
    PID:     375
    Thread:  0
    
    Exception:  EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)
    Codes:      KERN_PROTECTION_FAILURE (0x0002) at 0x00000614
    
    Thread 0 Crashed:
    0   libobjc.A.dylib               	0x908311ec objc_msgSend + 0xc
    1   com.apple.menuextra.bluetooth 	0x017db410 BluetoothPreferencesChanged + 0x1b8c
    2   com.apple.Foundation          	0x909f7184 _nsnote_callback + 0xb0
    3   com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x901aa650 __CFXNotificationPost + 0x1b4
    4   com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x901af060 _CFXNotificationPostNotification + 0x340
    5   com.apple.Foundation          	0x909f4fd0 -[NSNotificationCenter postNotificationName:object:userInfo:] + 0x74
    6   com.apple.Bluetooth           	0x93f72484 btNotificationDevicePublished + 0xf8
    7   com.apple.framework.IOKit     	0x9058e568 IODispatchCalloutFromCFMessage + 0x1b8
    8   com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x901ad330 __CFMachPortPerform + 0xe0
    9   com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x901a9ab4 __CFRunLoopDoSource1 + 0xc8
    10  com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x90191980 __CFRunLoopRun + 0x540
    11  com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x90195f1c CFRunLoopRunSpecific + 0x148
    12  com.apple.HIToolbox           	0x927d5f88 RunCurrentEventLoopInMode + 0xac
    13  com.apple.HIToolbox           	0x927dc6f0 ReceiveNextEventCommon + 0x17c
    14  com.apple.HIToolbox           	0x927fe6c8 BlockUntilNextEventMatchingListInMode + 0x60
    15  com.apple.AppKit              	0x92dd227c _DPSNextEvent + 0x180
    16  com.apple.AppKit              	0x92de8c24 -[NSApplication nextEventMatchingMask:untilDate:inMode:dequeue:] + 0x74
    17  com.apple.AppKit              	0x92dfcf8c -[NSApplication run] + 0x21c
    18  com.apple.systemuiserver      	0x0000afcc 0x1000 + 0x9fcc
    19  com.apple.systemuiserver      	0x0000ae34 0x1000 + 0x9e34
    20  com.apple.systemuiserver      	0x0000aca8 0x1000 + 0x9ca8
    
    Thread 1:
    0   libSystem.B.dylib             	0x900074c8 mach_msg_trap + 0x8
    1   libSystem.B.dylib             	0x90007018 mach_msg + 0x38
    2   com.unsanity.ape              	0xc000a954 __ape_internal + 0x90b8
    3   com.unsanity.ape              	0xc0001328 __ape_agent + 0x40
    4   libSystem.B.dylib             	0x900246e8 _pthread_body + 0x28
    
    Thread 2:
    0   libSystem.B.dylib             	0x9000b20c select + 0xc
    1   com.apple.CoreFoundation      	0x90196ba0 __CFSocketManager + 0x1fc
    2   libSystem.B.dylib             	0x900246e8 _pthread_body + 0x28
    
    PPC Thread State:
      srr0: 0x908311ec srr1: 0x0000f030                vrsave: 0x00000000
        cr: 0x44822484  xer: 0x00000004   lr: 0x017db410  ctr: 0x908311e0
        r0: 0x017db410   r1: 0xbfffe350   r2: 0x0034ffdc   r3: 0x06503c00
        r4: 0x90893514   r5: 0x003fa470   r6: 0xbfffe4d0   r7: 0x00000004
        r8: 0x00000003   r9: 0x00000000  r10: 0x00000078  r11: 0xa453001c
       r12: 0x000005f4  r13: 0x00000000  r14: 0x00000000  r15: 0x00000001
       r16: 0x00000001  r17: 0x00000000  r18: 0x00000000  r19: 0x00000000
       r20: 0x003fd270  r21: 0x1776fb6d  r22: 0x0000008c  r23: 0x0030d524
       r24: 0x00000000  r25: 0x0030d510  r26: 0xa3f70fc0  r27: 0x0030d510
       r28: 0x00000000  r29: 0xbfffe7e0  r30: 0x017df204  r31: 0x017db35c
    
    
    ...(way too long to post)

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    You were right, it is perfect!

    I wouldn't worry, when I got my PowerBook, I had kernel panics to no end, but it faded away in about 1-2 months...

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    PinkPhishDoors
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    I used to get kernel panicks all of the time(t least once a day) untill the wonderful people at mac-forums told me my second stick of RAM was bad. took it out, and there hasn't been a panick since. i still have to get a replacement.

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    Thanks for all the support! Like Hype-It said in one our iChat conversations, I'm going to leave the G5 on(no sleep) for 72 hours, just to iron out any hiccups. After the 72 hours, my G5 will sleep like a baby....after 15 minutes of inactivity.

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    Kernel Panic

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    Okay...Just woke up...My G5 had been in sleep for the night..I woke it up and I was just where I was before(the login screen)...then, another kernel panic happened...It didn't happen overnight, it happened when it was waking up...Also, I found the Crash reporter, and according to it the command was Speech Recognition Server....In the logs I only found one icon, the speech recoginition server one....Even thought I had two kernel panics....Comments?

    This seems to only happen when I wake it up from sleeping...
    BTW: I have an image attached of my crash log

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    Kernel Panic

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    okay...Just got a minor break through. Obviously I know now, that it is SpeechRecognitionServer which is causing these kernel panics(I mean, each time I had one, that was the problem) and I also noticed that after, for example, starting the speech(the little bubbly thing comes up) SpeechRecognitionServer also pops up in the process list. When I go into system preferences to close the bubble, in which it does, BUT the process remains active in my processes..

    Also, one reason it may remain active, or may cause a kernel panic, is that, I Noticed in the log that it tried to contact apple.com and for some reason, my router does not allow me access to apple.com(in any way)....However my cable modem does...

    So, most likely If I never open anything that induces SpeechRecognitionServer to open, will these kernel panics stop?

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    Kernel Panic

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    Alright...for the third time, after waking up from sleep, my G5 had a kernel panic...What seems funny, is that minutes before it slept, and had a panic, I put a new screensaver in....Any correlation?

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    ...why sleep it? It's alright to leave it on overnight, just turn the monitor off.

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    Kernel Panic

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    .......do you know....how much heat....this thing puts out........9 FANS AZ!

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    It will still be fine. If it does screw up, I'll buy you a new one.

    (Keep in mind that I have a huge headache and can't wait for the tylenol to kick in. So I probably don't mean that.)

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