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Subject2.4.0-test9-pre6 SMP detected LOCKUP, mm code
2.4.0-test9-pre6 just blew on me :-( OOps typed by hand...
I have no idea how CPUs are numbered now, but couple of months ago
they were numbered CPU0 and CPU1 ;-) I have only two CPUs...

NMI Watchdog detected LOCKUP on CPU 12
CPU: 12
EIP: 0010:[<c01da83a>] <- outofline lock code for
EFLAGS: 00000086 wq_write_lock_irqsave in add_wait_queue_exclusive
EAX: CCD58104 EBX: CCD580FC ECX: 00000086 EDX: CCD59F70
ESI: CCD58104 EDI: CCD59F70 EBP: CCD58000 ESP: CCD59F54
DS: 0018 ES: 0018 SS: 0018
Process (pid: 14, stackpage = ccd59000) <- there is no process 14 this boot...
I do not think that it ever was...
Stack: ccd580fc ccd59f70 ccd58000 c0109b95 ccd580fc d289b000 00000054 01234567
ccd58000 00000000 00000000 c0109d58 ccd580fc 00000180 00000000 c01da473
ccd5a000 d289b000 00000054 ccd5a000 5f636973 ccd580e0 5a33676e 5a313058
Call Trace: [<c0109b95>] __down + 65/190
[<c0109d58>] __down_failed + 8/11
[<c01da473>] outofline lock code for __down_failed in do_page_fault+90

Ideas? I'm under impression that it happened to me already on friday
with 2.4.0-test9-pre5, but as it was in the middle of some presentation,
I had no time to write oops down (for sure some NMI watchdog... occured, but
I'm not sure that this one).

At time of oops I was reading 'fbtv' manpage...

Hardware: Gigabyte 6BXDS, 2x PentiumIII/450, 256MB of RAM, 18GB IDE, watching
TV (olympics) with Bt848, G400 dualhead
Petr Vandrovec
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