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SubjectRe: Sleeping function called from illegal context at slab.c:1378
On 23.09.02 21:21 Andrew Morton wrote:

<snip snip>

I got two more. Its 2.5.38-mm2 too. Just thought I'd throw them in:

Sleeping function called from illegal context at slab.c:1378
c2e73f6c c0110251 c020b800 c020faf0 00000562 000001d0 c0129080 c020faf0
00000562 00000060 00000008 0000012c c11e3560 c010ac77 00000080
000001d0
c2e72000 00000000 0000012c bffff948 00000000 c0106ff7 00000060
00000008
Call Trace: [<c0110251>] [<c0129080>] [<c010ac77>] [<c0106ff7>]
Trace; c0110251 <__might_sleep+55/64>
Trace; c0129080 <kmalloc+4c/130>
Trace; c010ac77 <sys_ioperm+7f/124>
Trace; c0106ff7 <syscall_call+7/b>

this one happens right after boot, it appears on dmesg right after the
ethernet driver being loaded (modular, ne2k-pci), but thats probably not
whats triggering it anyway.

-------------------------------------------
Sleeping function called from illegal context at page_alloc.c:326
c3919eb4 c0110251 c020b800 c0210500 00000146 00000000 c012ba45 c0210500
00000146 00000000 000001d0 c3eef340 c391fca8 00007fff 000001d0
ffffffff
c012bc60 00000000 c3919f68 c0143cb7 c11bfbc0 c391fc00 00000000
c3919f68
Call Trace: [<c0110251>] [<c012ba45>] [<c012bc60>] [<c0143cb7>]
[<c4b28deb>]
[<c0143ec5>] [<c0144342>] [<c0143707>] [<c0106ff7>]
Trace; c0110251 <__might_sleep+55/64>
Trace; c012ba45 <__alloc_pages+25/218>
Trace; c012bc60 <__get_free_pages+28/78>
Trace; c0143cb7 <__pollwait+33/98>
Trace; c4b28deb <[snd-pcm-oss]snd_pcm_oss_poll+47/108>
Trace; c0143ec5 <do_select+101/210>
Trace; c0144342 <sys_select+346/4a0>
Trace; c0143707 <sys_ioctl+23b/294>
Trace; c0106ff7 <syscall_call+7/b>


I got literally hundreds of this last one -- the whole dmesg buffer is
filled with them. They go on at furious rate while playing mp3.



Nuno
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