I caused a kernel panic while playing around with some ReiserFS parameters on my Fedora Core 6 Athlon64 X2 test box. Instead of freezing as expected, Linux continued to run! I managed to duplicate the error. The box froze this time. I found out that the first kernel panic only took out one of the cores. This was why Linux continued to run. It took a second panic to take out the other core and crash the box. Cool!
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