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SubjectRe: ip_rcv_finish() NULL pointer and possibly related Oopses
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On Thu, 2015-09-03 at 10:09 +0000, Shaun Crampton wrote:
> >...
> >> Is there anything I can do on a running system to help figure this out?
> >> Some sort of kernel equivalent to pmap to find out what module or device
> >> owns that chunk of memory?
> >
> >Hmm, perhaps /proc/kallsyms could point to something. 0xffffffffa0087d81
> >and 0xffffffffa008772b could be from the same module, if any.
>
> Any good: https://transfer.sh/szGRE/kallsyms ?
>

seems to be cryptd module.

Have you tried to run an pristine upstream kernel ?




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