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SubjectRe: OOPS in 2.0.25

I realized something after I posted this message: Since I ran ksymoops on
a different machine than the one that actually OOPSes (because when I
tried to compile ksymoops on that machine I got signal 11), wouldn't that
invalidate the disassembler output?

On Sun, 1 Dec 1996, Nathan Bryant wrote:

> Sendmail caused this OOPS on a machine running 2.0.25:
>
> Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address e0764b19
> current->tss.cr3 = 0067d000,
> *pde = 00000000
> Oops: 0000
> CPU: 0
> EIP: 0010:[<0014a47b>]
> EFLAGS: 00010246
> eax: 00000000 ebx: 00764a04 ecx: 0100007f edx: 00010001
> esi: 001ff560 edi: 00bdff0c ebp: 00000010 esp: 00bdfed4
> ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 002b ss: 0018
> Process sendmail (pid: 7765, process nr: 29, stackpage=00bdf000)
> Stack: 001ff4d8 001ff560 080391b8 00000010 00134434 001ff560 00bdff0c
> 00000010
> 00000002 bfffb260 00000002 00000000 bfffb504 0074b080 35000002
> 0100007f
> 00000000 00000000 00000003 00149da8 00000000 003d80e4 40039000
> 008db818
> Call Trace: [<00134434>] [<00149da8>] [<00118d6b>] [<00118def>]
> [<00118c68>] [<00149da8>] [<00135072>]
> [<0010a602>]
> Code: 8a 83 15 01 00 20 3c 05 76 1f 83 7e 04 02 75 19 c7 46 04 01
>
> Here's the ksymoops output:
>
> >>EIP: 14a47b <inet_connect+f3/1dc>
> Trace: 134434 <sys_connect+104/124>
> Trace: 149da8 <inet_create>
> Trace: 118d6b <do_no_page+103/328>
> Trace: 118def <do_no_page+187/328>
> Trace: 118def <do_no_page+187/328>
> Trace: 149da8 <inet_create>
> Trace: 135072 <sys_socketcall+12a/2dc>
> Trace: 10a602 <system_call+52/80>
>
> Code: 14a47b <inet_connect+f3/1dc> movb 0x20000115(%ebx),%al
> Code: 14a481 <inet_connect+f9/1dc> cmpb $0x5,%al
> Code: 14a483 <inet_connect+fb/1dc> jbe 14a4a4 <inet_connect+11c/1dc>
> Code: 14a485 <inet_connect+fd/1dc> cmpl $0x2,0x4(%esi)
> Code: 14a489 <inet_connect+101/1dc> jne 14a4a4 <inet_connect+11c/1dc>
> Code: 14a48b <inet_connect+103/1dc> movl $0x90900001,0x4(%esi)
> Code: 14a492 <inet_connect+10a/1dc> nop
>
> I'm thinking that this is probably caused by bad hardware, since the
> system ran fine for a couple months until a bunch of problems started
> cropping up. I figured I'd post this to the list anyway though, in cause
> somebody has other ideas. My first step is going to be to replace the RAM
> in the box.
>
> By the way, this is a pentium with stepping=5. I have not yet tried the
> mem=nopentium option.
>
> +-----------------------+----------------------------------+
> | Nathan Bryant | Resident Unix Geek |
> | nathan@burgessinc.com | Burgess Business Solutions, Inc. |
> +-----------------------+----------------------------------+
>
>

+-----------------------+----------------------------------+
| Nathan Bryant | Resident Unix Geek |
| nathan@burgessinc.com | Burgess Business Solutions, Inc. |
+-----------------------+----------------------------------+


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