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What occurs when Linux encounters an error from which it cannot recover?

  1. BSOD
  2. page fault
  3. segmentation fault
  4. kernel panic
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The currect answer is : Kernel panic 
 
Explanation 
Kernel panic is a situation when kernel can’t load properly and fails to boot properly or crashes. When the kernel detects an error from which it cannot recover itself. This happens rarely but it is majorly caused due to hosed updates or failing hardware or missing drive or partitions results in panic or voluntary halt to system activity.
 
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