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SubjectRe: Newby help. Tons and tons of Oops
I ran it for overnight without an error. I'm not sure if it is supposed to 
show an error on screen or not but it didn't. I also had my usual pile of
Oops overnight as well. 116 of them. :(

I'm running 2.4.0test11pre3. but the kernel shipped with Redhat 7 doesn't
work either. When I was running 2.2.15 and RedHat 6.2 before upgrading it
worked great. Never had an oops ever.
I ran a memory checker under dos as well and it didn't find anything. Any
tips?


On Sunday 12 November 2000 17:12, you wrote:
> Step 1: Run memtest (search freshmeat) overnight.
> Step 2: If the kernel that ships with your distribution works (you didn't
> say) then continue using it, it is most likely superior (and
> certantly better supported) the the most current Linus kernel.
> If you must run a kernel other then the one shipped with your
> distro, you must name it's version in your bug report to l-k. There are
> several versions that could be called 'most current':
> 2.2.17, 2.2.18preX, 2.4.0test10, 2.4.0test11pre3.
>
>
> From reading the opps below, I highly suspect you will discover resolution
> during step 1.
>
> On Sun, Nov 12, 2000 at 02:19:11PM -0500, David Won wrote:
> > I'm not really that much of a newby (2 years of linux) but I am a newby
> > to kernel dumps.
> > I'm running Redhat 7 with the latest kernel compiled using kgcc. I get
> > many many oops, lockups and mysterious reboots. Can anybody help me
> > determine what is causing this from ksymoops output below. I thought it
> > might be something with my swapper file so I deleted and recreated the
> > partition. I still have the same problem. This system was rock solid
> > under 6.2 but is pretty much useless now. This is pnly the last couple of
> > Oops after a reboot. I have dozens in my messages file. :(
> >
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging request
> > at virtual address ff57da13
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: c012fe98
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: *pde = 00000000
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Oops: 0002
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: CPU: 0
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: EIP: 0010:[<c012fe98>]
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: EFLAGS: 00210286
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: eax: c6550800 ebx: fffffff7 ecx:
> > 00000001 edx: ff57d9ff
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: esi: 0000003c edi: 0000003c ebp:
> > bffff5f0 esp: c0d55fb0
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Process bash (pid: 875,
> > stackpage=c0d55000) Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Stack: c012f319
> > c0d54000 0000003c 080cd40c c010a407 00000001 080cd40c 0000003c
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: 0000003c 080cd40c bffff5f0
> > 00000004 0000002b 0000002b 00000004 400fb6a4
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: 00000023 00200206 bffff5c0
> > 0000002b Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Call Trace: [<c012f319>]
> > [<c010a407>] Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Code: ff 42 14 89 d0 c3 89
> > f6 8b 4c 24 04 ff 49 14 0f 94 c0 84 c0
> >
> > >>EIP; c012fe98 <fget+20/28> <=====
> >
> > Trace; c012f319 <sys_write+15/c8>
> > Trace; c010a407 <system_call+33/38>
> > Code; c012fe98 <fget+20/28>
> > 00000000 <_EIP>:
> > Code; c012fe98 <fget+20/28> <=====
> > 0: ff 42 14 incl 0x14(%edx) <=====
> > Code; c012fe9b <fget+23/28>
> > 3: 89 d0 mov %edx,%eax
> > Code; c012fe9d <fget+25/28>
> > 5: c3 ret
> > Code; c012fe9e <fget+26/28>
> > 6: 89 f6 mov %esi,%esi
> > Code; c012fea0 <put_filp+0/38>
> > 8: 8b 4c 24 04 mov 0x4(%esp,1),%ecx
> > Code; c012fea4 <put_filp+4/38>
> > c: ff 49 14 decl 0x14(%ecx)
> > Code; c012fea7 <put_filp+7/38>
> > f: 0f 94 c0 sete %al
> > Code; c012feaa <put_filp+a/38>
> > 12: 84 c0 test %al,%al
> >
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Unable to handle kernel paging request
> > at virtual address 8b103f15
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: c012ef56
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: *pde = 00000000
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Oops: 0000
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: CPU: 0
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: EIP: 0010:[<c012ef56>]
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: EFLAGS: 00210282
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: eax: 8b103f01 ebx: 8b103f01 ecx:
> > 8b103f01 edx: 00000400
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: esi: 00000000 edi: c437c420 ebp:
> > 00000001 esp: c0d55e84
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Process bash (pid: 875,
> > stackpage=c0d55000) Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: Stack: 00000007
> > 00000000 c011b3ba 8b103f01 c437c420 c55210e0 c0d54000 0000000b
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: ff57da13 c011b9ba c437c420
> > 00000000 000003fd c01129f0 c010a8be 0000000b
> > Nov 12 14:10:08 phlegmish kernel: c0112d16 c021155e
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