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You have a clogged oil system or a faulty pump or possibly the wrong oil in the motor. This usually happens when the oil filter clogged for some reason. Check the oil for water contamination. If you have water in your oil you have one of several conditions. Cracked Head, Cracked block, blown head gasket or one of the retaining screws for the timing chain guide has come out and it is allowing water into the oil. You won't know exactly what the problem is until you get the engine opened up and locate the real problem. If you don't find a problem with the head gasket pressure test the head and magna flux the cylinders.
If the smoke is blue and goes away after it warms up and the engine runs fine. It's most likely your valve guild are worn, they are common to let oil run in to the piston chambers when the engine has been parked for a few hours and most notice when parked over night. Nothing to loose sleep over, good luck