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Subjectanother oops.

Okay, I've come the the conclusion Linux 2.0.0 just isn't for me. I think
I have something else on this box that isn't quite right. This oops is
happening in exactly the same place as the other ones, so I think there is
some type of pattern.

general protection: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<00124ba0>]
EFLAGS: 00010286
eax: ffffffff ebx: 01380802 ecx: 00000400 edx: 00003711
esi: 0008b5ce edi: 00000802 ebp: 0008bdcc esp: 01407e6cxt ^O Postpone
ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 002b ss: 0018^U UnCut Text^T To Spell
Process ncftp (pid: 162, process nr: 37, stackpage=01407000)
Stack: 0138372c 0008bdcc 00000802 0023e108 0023e108 001263cd 00000802 0008bdcc
00000400 01407f24 000001e4 00000000 013f1e4c 00010000 0008bdcc 00000802
00000802 00000100 00000003 013836e8 01490802 00000000 013836e8 013836a4
Call Trace: [<001263cd>] [<00126869>] [<0011c394>] [<0011c4b1>] [<0011c890>] [<00122d8c>] [<0010a5e2>]
Code: 39 28 75 2c 66 39 58 04 75 26 8b 4c 24 20 39 48 20 74 26 57

Using `System.map' to map addresses to symbols.

>>EIP: 124ba0 <get_hash_table+30/d0>
Trace: 1263cd <brw_page+13d/380>
Trace: 126869 <generic_readpage+79/90>
Trace: 11c394 <try_to_read_ahead+24/160>
Trace: 11c4b1 <try_to_read_ahead+141/160>
Trace: 11c890 <generic_file_read+2c0/610>
Trace: 122d8c <sys_read+8c/b0>
Trace: 10a5e2 <system_call+52/80>

Code: 124ba0 <get_hash_table+30/d0> cmpl %ebp,(%eax)
Code: 124ba2 <get_hash_table+32/d0> jne 124bd0 <get_hash_table+60/d0>
Code: 124ba4 <get_hash_table+34/d0> cmpw %bx,0x4(%eax)
Code: 124ba8 <get_hash_table+38/d0> jne 124bd0 <get_hash_table+60/d0>
Code: 124baa <get_hash_table+3a/d0> movl 0x20(%esp,1),%ecx
Code: 124bae <get_hash_table+3e/d0> cmpl %ecx,0x20(%eax)
Code: 124bb1 <get_hash_table+41/d0> je 124bd9 <get_hash_table+69/d0>
Code: 124bb3 <get_hash_table+43/d0> pushl %edi
Code: 124bb4 <get_hash_table+44/d0>


also - wu.ftpd just oopsed as well, the same EIP address, so I'm not going
to post that one.

-dave



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