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SubjectRe: nasty crashes with 2.0, no panics - how to debug?
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> It's crashed several times since Sunday. The first time it continued
> to limp along saying:
We have exactly the same problem here, is your machine doing hard network
stuff a la dial-in server for slip/ppp or routing ?
I suspect something in the skb allocation/free routines is wrong sometimes.
But luckily we got some messages in the syslogs. (not every time)
Mostly the machine crashes without being able to log someting.
I tried to log on another machine with no effect.

>
> every minute. Poor bash couldn't fork to exec anything for lack of
> memory, and it was just a big mess.
The bash problem appeared here too.

I tried one thing on 1.99.14: in /usr/src/linux/include/linux/skbuff.h
i defined CONFIG_SKB_CHECK 1 which gave me some more messages in the
syslog that showed clearly that there must be something wrong.

But i still have no idea how to fix that.

-Michael

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