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    SubjectRe: 2.5.70-mm1 bootcrash, possibly RAID-1
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    On Wed, May 28, 2003 at 04:35:44AM -0700, William Lee Irwin III wrote:
    >
    > This is unusual; I'm having trouble very close to this area. There is
    > a remote chance it could be the same problem.
    >
    > Could you log this to serial and get the rest of the oops/BUG? If it's
    > where I think it is, I've been looking at end_page_writeback() and so
    > might have an idea or two.

    I tried 2.5.70-mm1 on the dual celeron at home. This one has
    scsi instead of ide, so I guess it is a RAID-1 problem.
    This machine has root on raid-1 too. I believe there where
    several oopses in a row, I captured all of the last one
    thanks to a framebuffer with a small font. Here it is:

    Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 8a8a8ab6
    *pde=0 OOPS 0000 [#1]
    EIP at put_all_bios+0x47/0x80
    (edx was the register containing 8a8a8a8a)
    Process swapper pid=0 threadinfo c1352000 task=c13f52d0
    Call trace:
    raid_end_bio_io
    raid1_end_request
    scsi_request_fn
    bio_endio
    _end_that_request_first
    scsi_end_request
    __wake_up
    scsi_io_completion
    scsi_delete_timer
    sd_rw_intr
    sym_wakeup_done
    scsi_finish_command
    scsi_softirq
    timer_interrupt
    do_softirq
    do_IRQ
    default_idle
    default_idle
    common_interrupt
    default_idle
    default_idle
    default_idle
    cpu_idle
    printk
    <0> Kernel panic:fatal exception in interrupt
    in interrupt - not syncing
    reboot in 300 seconds

    This looks very similiar to the partial trace
    from the ide machine,
    it had everything from _end_that_request_first
    down to the three default_idles, but with ide
    instead of scsi functions.

    Helge Hafting
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