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SubjectRe: oops in 2.0
Ian Main wrote:

PPP: ppp line discipline successfully unregistered
invalid operand: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<02025462>]
EFLAGS: 00010286
eax: 000002b4 ebx: 015c9018 ecx: 0202639c edx: 000000b4
esi: 000dc200 edi: 000000e3 ebp: 00000001 esp: 00266dd0
ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 002b ss: 0018
Process xsysinfo (pid: 290, process nr: 39, stackpage=00266000)
Stack: 015c9018 02020301 000000e3 00000001 004d7c6f 0200000a 0000009c 02024e4b
02026354 00000001 02026354 00000000 00000009 00266ea4 00000001 0122f000
00000001 005c7988 0013e587 0042560c 00000001 00000000 001382c5 005c7a0c
Call Trace: [<02020301>] [<0200000a>] [<02024e4b>] [<02026354>] [<02026354>] [<0013e587>]
[<001382c5>]
[<001382a0>] [<0012ebf2>] [<02024caa>] [<02026354>] [<0010c8dd>] [<0010bfdc>] [<00130018>]
[<0010fe4d>]
[<0015dfc3>] [<00186554>] [<0013824e>] [<0015f006>] [<0015f28e>] [<00122dbc>] [<0010a5e2>]
Code: 0f 3c c2 8f 3c 30 bd 00 01 00 00 eb 15 90 8d 74 26 00 66 0f
Aiee, killing interrupt handler
arc0: tx timeout - missed IRQ? (status=E3h, ticks=20, mask=84h, dest=6Fh)
arc0: tx timeout - missed IRQ? (status=E3h, ticks=160, mask=84h, dest=6Fh)
arc0: tx timeout - missed IRQ? (status=E3h, ticks=1280, mask=84h, dest=6Fh)

I don't know if this is a hardware problem or not but maybe someone here could make some sense out
of it? After this, the machine is still usable but the arcnet card is dead. If I reload the
module, it works fine again.. This happens about once a day.
I also run a very similar setup on the other computer here but it has no problems at all.
I tried using irq5 and irq2=9 on this machine and both results were the same.

OK.. about 10 min after I typed that up.. It went down again.. doing a ping buzzy from this machine I get

<NULL>: I don't understand protocol 2048 (800h)
Kernel panic: skput:over: 001447b0:84

Being forced to use my big red button. I thought I saw something else about a skput:over errorr here before.. is there
a patch? Lemme know if you need more info.

Ian



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