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SubjectISDN Router Oopses
Hello,

I use an older pc as ISDN router (Debian potato, kernel 2.2.17pre stock
from the distro, isdnutils 3.0-20, ssh-nonfree 1.2.27-6.1, wwwoffle).
The thing has never worked properly. I suspected hardware problems and
swapped the ram modules, but still have oopses.

I checked the memory with memtest86, was Ok. Had a kernel compilation
loop for one hour, also ok.

How can I make shure if the hardware is Ok?
What could be wrong with the software?

Here are some recent examples of the crashes.

TIA
Klaus

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Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: Oops: 0000
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: CPU: 0
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: EIP: 0010:[kfree+110/396]
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: EFLAGS: 00010086
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: eax: 00000210 ebx: c1fff080 ecx:
24548a53 edx: c123cbac
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: esi: c123cb80 edi: 00000202 ebp:
000003cc esp: c04cbe7c
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: Process find (pid: 1026, process nr: 27,
stackpage=c04cb000)
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: Stack: c1cb0770 000003cc c08d7b80
c0131a57 c123cb80 00000000 c03231c8 00000403
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: c04cbecc 00000001 00000403
c01329ff ffffffc9 00000403 00000000 c03231c8
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: c02b7604 c03231c8 c08d0db0
c0848330 c04cbecc c04cbecc c0132a65 00000403
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: Call Trace: [prune_dcache+203/280]
[try_to_free_inodes+183/248] [grow_inodes+29/416]
[get_new_inode+177/292] [get_new_inode+193/292] [iget+88/96]
[ext2_lookup+82/124]
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: [real_lookup+79/156]
[lookup_dentry+292/476] [__namei+38/88] [sys_newlstat+13/96]
[system_call+52/56]
Feb 26 19:25:16 groucho kernel: Code: 8b 41 08 3d 2b 2f c3 a5 0f 85 c4
00 00 00 8b 41 0c 85 c0 74
-------------
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: Oops: 0000
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: CPU: 0
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: EIP: 0010:[sock_poll+24/36]
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: EFLAGS: 00010282
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: eax: c180e5ec ebx: 00000000 ecx:
ffffffff edx: c0a89ec0
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: esi: 00000000 edi: 00000020 ebp:
00000005 esp: c0951f34
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: Process sshd (pid: 813, process nr: 23,
stackpage=c0951000)
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: Stack: 00000000 c012f85f c0a89ec0
00000000 00000001 00000004 c1882a78 00000000
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: c0950000 c0950000 7fffffff
00000000 c19f9000 00000007 c012fd27 00000007
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: c0951fa8 c0951fa4 c0950000
00000000 00000000 bffff27c c1714be4 00000000
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: Call Trace: [do_select+283/516]
[sys_select+991/1280] [system_call+52/56]
Feb 27 19:13:14 groucho kernel: Code: 8b 41 20 ff d0 83 c4 0c c3 8d 76
00 53 8b 5c 24 08 85 db 75

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