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SubjectRe: mysterious 2.0.33 crashes

This would possibly be the answer if Patrick was running a 2.0.30 >=
kernel; or a highly modified version of teardrop (if its even possible to
smash a 2.0.32 =< kernel.

Patrick:
Did you update to the aic7xxx drivers yet?

On Thu, 12 Feb 1998, David Hinkle wrote:

<WWW>The teardrop attack will reboot an unpatched linux machine, perhaps you
<WWW>could try to install the patch from linux.org.
<WWW>
<WWW>Patrick D. Wildi wrote:
<WWW>
<WWW>> Could anybody sugest a good (or any) method for debugging my
<WWW>>
<WWW>> mysterious reboots.
<WWW>> Every few hours to few days one of my linux boxes restarts
<WWW>> without
<WWW>> leaving any indications in the log files (I administrate
<WWW>> this machine
<WWW>> remotely). I have these problems since I replaced on old
<WWW>> server with
<WWW>> this new HW. The software running is pretty much the same.
<WWW>>
<WWW>> The linux is a networking (masquerading, diald, ppp) and
<WWW>> file
<WWW>> server (samba) for a bnunch of Win95 machines.
<WWW>>
<WWW>> The HW:
<WWW>> Pentium II (Dell Poweredge), 64 MB RAM
<WWW>> Adaptec AIC-7880 SCSI controller
<WWW>> 2 Western Digital 4MB (WDE4360-1807A3)
<WWW>> 1 3com 3c905 10/100 Ethernet card (used at 10 Mbit)
<WWW>> UPS
<WWW>>
<WWW>> The SW:
<WWW>> based on Slackware 3.4 distribution
<WWW>> kernel 2.0.33 with patches: aic7xxx-5.0.5, 3c59x.c v0.49
<WWW>> ld.so-1.9.5, libc 5.4.33
<WWW>> diald 0.16.4
<WWW>> samba 1.9.18p2
<WWW>> squid 1.1.20
<WWW>>
<WWW>> TIA, Patrick
<WWW>>
<WWW>> bryce [/proc] cat pci
<WWW>> PCI devices found:
<WWW>> Bus 0, device 20, function 0:
<WWW>> VGA compatible controller: ATI Mach64 VT (rev 64).
<WWW>> Medium devsel. Fast back-to-back capable. IRQ 236.
<WWW>> Prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xfc000000.
<WWW>> I/O at 0xf400.
<WWW>> Bus 0, device 18, function 0:
<WWW>> Ethernet controller: 3Com 3C905 100bTX (rev 0).
<WWW>> Medium devsel. IRQ 15. Master Capable. Latency=64.
<WWW>> Min Gnt=3.Max Lat=8.
<WWW>> I/O at 0xf0c0.
<WWW>> Bus 0, device 15, function 0:
<WWW>> SCSI storage controller: Adaptec AIC-7880U (rev 0).
<WWW>> Medium devsel. Fast back-to-back capable. IRQ 14.
<WWW>> Master Capable. Latency=64. Min Gnt=8.Max Lat=8.
<WWW>> I/O at 0xf800.
<WWW>> Non-prefetchable 32 bit memory at 0xfdfff000.
<WWW>> Bus 0, device 13, function 0:
<WWW>> Non-VGA device: Intel 82375EB (rev 21).
<WWW>> Medium devsel. Master Capable. Latency=248.
<WWW>> Bus 0, device 0, function 0:
<WWW>> Host bridge: Intel 82441FX Natoma (rev 2).
<WWW>> Medium devsel. Fast back-to-back capable. Master
<WWW>> Capable. Latency=32.
<WWW>>
<WWW>> bryce [/proc] cat scsi/scsi
<WWW>> Attached devices:
<WWW>> Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 00 Lun: 00
<WWW>> Vendor: WDIGTL Model: WDE4360-1807A3 Rev: 1.80
<WWW>> Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI
<WWW>> revision: 02
<WWW>> Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 01 Lun: 00
<WWW>> Vendor: WDIGTL Model: WDE4360-1807A3 Rev: 1.80
<WWW>> Type: Direct-Access ANSI SCSI
<WWW>> revision: 02
<WWW>> Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 05 Lun: 00
<WWW>> Vendor: NEC Model: CD-ROM DRIVE:464 Rev: 1.05
<WWW>> Type: CD-ROM ANSI SCSI
<WWW>> revision: 02
<WWW>> Host: scsi0 Channel: 00 Id: 06 Lun: 00
<WWW>> Vendor: ARCHIVE Model: Python 00095-001 Rev: 5.ac
<WWW>> Type: Sequential-Access ANSI SCSI
<WWW>> revision: 02
<WWW>>
<WWW>> -------------------------------------------------------------------
<WWW>> Patrick D. Wildi patrick@wildi.com
<WWW>> http://www.wildi.com/
<WWW>
<WWW>
<WWW>
+--------
| Jon Torrez
| Systems Administrator - WWWebServers, Inc.
| http://www.wwwebservers.com / jon@wwwebservers.com
+----------------------------------------------------------------------

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