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    SubjectRe: ixgbe->bonding->vlan->bridge->ebtables&iptables causes memory corruption
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    Le mardi 27 juillet 2010 à 09:15 +0200, Gyorgy Jeney a écrit :
    > Hi,
    >
    > I have a rather interesting network setup here. First I have a dual
    > 10Gbit ixgbe ethernet card, being bonded into one link, on which we
    > run a number of vlans, which are bridged with various virtual
    > machines. Now, to protect the box itself and the virtual machines I
    > have a set of iptables and ebtables rules. Whenever one of the
    > virtual machines start the kernel, which is 2.6.35-rc6, will reliably
    > panic.
    >
    > This error needs both ebtables and iptables rules, without either one
    > or the other, things seem to work quite well.
    >
    > The errors and backtraces are many and long, so I attached the full
    > dmes output, please say if you need more.

    Seems tricky :(

    Could you send your {eb/ip}tables rules ?



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