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SubjectRe: KVM induced panic on 2.6.38[2367] & 2.6.39
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Am 03.06.2011 15:38, schrieb Brad Campbell:
> On 02/06/11 07:03, CaT wrote:
>> On Wed, Jun 01, 2011 at 07:52:33PM +0800, Brad Campbell wrote:
>>> Unfortunately the only interface that is mentioned by name anywhere
>>> in my firewall is $DMZ (which is ppp0 and not part of any bridge).
>>>
>>> All of the nat/dnat and other horrible hacks are based on IP addresses.
>>
>> Damn. Not referencing the bridge interfaces at all stopped our host from
>> going down in flames when we passed it a few packets. These are two
>> of the oopses we got from it. Whilst the kernel here is .35 we got the
>> same issue from a range of kernels. Seems related.
>
> Well, I tried sending an explanatory message to netdev, netfilter & cc'd to kvm,
> but it appears not to have made it to kvm or netfilter, and the cc to netdev has
> not elicited a response. My resend to netfilter seems to have dropped into the
> bit bucket also.
Just another reference 3.5 months ago:
http://www.spinics.net/lists/netfilter-devel/msg17239.html

Bernhard



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