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Subject.98 general protection faults too!
Whatever broke and caused all the GPFs in .97 is still causing them in .98.  I
installed .98 this morning (compiled exactly the same way as my .96 which works
fine), and when I got home a few minutes ago I checked my kernel log:

seahunt:/var/log# grep EIP kernel
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 09:43:39 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 11:53:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 11:54:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 13:47:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 13:47:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 14:07:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 15:03:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 15:56:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 16:15:03 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]

The errors look like this:
...they always seem to start with one of these:
May 5 06:53:35 seahunt kernel: no vm86_info: BAD
...then:
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: general protection: 0244
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: CPU: 0
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: EIP: 0010:[ret_from_sys_call+133/144]
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: EFLAGS: 00010212
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: eax: 00000000 ebx: 00063e93 ecx: 00277018
edx: 001cca08
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: esi: 001cc324 edi: 00000000 ebp: 000c9000
esp: 001cc2d0
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 0018 ss:
0018
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: Process swapper (pid: 0, process nr: 0, stackpag
e=001ca344)
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: Stack: 00000010 00000246 001c8a08 0010a399 00000
100 00109284 00000016 001cc324
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: 00000000 000c9000 ffffffda 00000018 00000
018 00000018 00000018 00000070
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: 00108f8b 00000010 00000246 0010910f 00000
000 756e6547 0009e000 00101ffc
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: Call Trace: [system_call+89/160] [init+0/540] [s
tart_kernel+375/388] [it_real_fn+0/72] [schedule+543/628]
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: Code: cf 8d 76 00 8d b4 26 00 00 00 00 89 e1 51
f7 41 38 00 00 02
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: kfree of non-kmalloced memory: 001cc384, next= 0
027d808, order=364544
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: kfree of non-kmalloced memory: 001cc374, next= 0
027d808, order=364544
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: kfree of non-kmalloced memory: 001cc7a8, next= 0
027d808, order=364544
May 5 07:37:08 seahunt kernel: idle task may not sleep

The above repeats at intervals as shown by the grep above. Mind you, the
machine was idle... nobody logged in, nothing running other than daemons. I
posted details of the compilation stuff yesterday.

I am once again back to .96, no problems.

Michael



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Michael Nelson nelson@seahunt.imat.com
San Francisco, CA


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