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    SubjectRe: kswapd0 oops -> debug information
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    On Saturday 27 November 2004 17:01, Randy.Dunlap wrote:

    > kernel version?

    Heh. My great debug attempt, eh?

    kernel 2.6.9

    > .config file?
    > full oops message, with stack backtrace?
    > The stack backtrace could tell us who a bad caller is.
    > It can just be a caller's problem, not a bug in (this)
    > one isolated function.

    http://linicks.net/kdebug/

    > Did you read/check linux/REPORTING-BUGS ?

    Yes, but wanted to try and learn myself on what was going on, rather than push
    the onus onto other people.

    The book I have re the make /dir/file.s states that it will produce assembler
    with _line_ numbers to corresponding C code. That is where I got lost, as it
    doesn't.

    Thanks,

    Nick.

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