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SubjectKernel panic: scsi_free: Bad offset (again - please help)
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This is a repeat of a message I sent a couple of weeks ago, I haven't
had any response and the problem reoccured again today, taking the
server down twice and corupting some data in the process.

I am going to upgrade to 2.0.0 first thing in the morning, but I
suspect it is a hardware problem. Any comments people ?

The problem only seems to occur when netatalk is writing data...

>I keep getting (every couple of days) this kernel panic on one of my servers:
>
> Kernel panic: scsi_free: Bad offset
> In swapper task - not syncing.
>
>I am using 1.3.72 at the moment, when I first installed the machine it ran
>for 55 days without incident, now it doesn't seem happy. Is this a problem
>that would go away if I used a newer kernel, or do I have something more
>fundamentally wrong ?
>
>System:
>
> PCIset Pentium 75
> 16 Mb RAM, 32 Mb swap
> Adaptec 2940
> Fujitsu 1Gb SCSI II hd (no other SCSI devices)
>
>Running:
>
> 1.3.72 (on a Slackware 3.0 base)
> netatalk 1.3.3 (it's sole purpose at the moment)
>

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Andy Norman andy@focus.demon.co.uk
<http://www.users.dircon.co.uk/~focus>

Linux, everyone's favourite operating system, isn't it ?


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