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SubjectRe: down
On 01/10/2011 10:52 AM, Roland Dreier wrote:
> > > More excitement from
> > >
> > > Anyone want to take a stab at it? I know I'd be appreciative. I am
> > > running a debug kernel with everything I could find and enable I even
> > > remotely thought might prove helpful. Nothing has jumped out yet though.
> >
> > A little late, but perhaps running with the patch below might help us
> > make a bit of progress. The idea is to dump the last /proc/net file
> > opened and closed, so we can at least have a clue as to where the crash
> > is coming from. This should add lines like
> >
> > last procfs open: /proc/2443/net/arp
> > last procfs close: /proc/2443/net/arp
> >
> > to the oops output, so maybe we can zero in on things after you get a
> > crash with this applied.
> Just curious -- did you get a chance to run with this patch applied?
> Did you collect any oopses yet?

Not yet, I'm adding it in this afternoon. I did the upgrade to Fedora
14 (and thus and seem to be getting, if not the same bug, a
darned similar one:

I haven't added it to 20702 yet as I haven't had time to confirm if it's
the same issue, but at first glance it looks it. My plan is to compile
up a mainline kernel, with the above patch, and with debugging turned on
and to capture as much as I can from that.

- John 'Warthog9' Hawley

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