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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test9-pre6 OOPS
Fairly sure.  I installed with make bzlilo, and the date on /System.map
matches my kernel.

No bug line, I looked before I sent it. That is right outta my syslog.

If it's of any importance, I was building Mozilla at the time and it
corrupted a .o file which I had to remove to continue the build.

Jason

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On 27 Sep 2000, Juan J. Quintela wrote:

> >>>>> "jason" == Jason Slagle <raistlin@tacorp.net> writes:
>
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: invalid operand: 0000
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: CPU: 1
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: EIP: 0010:[__find_get_page+7/300]
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: EFLAGS: 00010286
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: eax: c148a3a0 ebx: c01273ec
> jason> ecx: 00000010 edx: c271cbfc
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: esi: c5729460 edi: 00000002
> jason> ebp: c96b8c00 esp: ceecde74
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: Process as (pid: 8900, stackpage=ceecd000)
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: Stack: c01273ec c5729460 00000002 c96b8c00
> jason> c012ead1 00001000 c5729420 cae2ed20
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: c0127489 c271cbfc 00000002 c148a3a0
> jason> c01273ec c5729460 cae2ed20 00000000
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: 00000001 00000171 c148a3a0 c271cbfc
> jason> c01243c8 c5729460 0804a000 00000000
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: Call Trace: [filemap_nopage+0/808]
> jason> [__alloc_pages+189/600] [filemap_nopage+157/808] [filemap_nopage+0/808]
> jason> [do_no_page+80/176] [handle_mm_fault+272/428] [do_page_fault+311/976]
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: [do_generic_file_read+1259/1272]
> jason> [generic_file_read+91/120] [file_read_actor+0/84] [sys_read+188/196]
> jason> [error_code+44/52]
> jason> Sep 26 23:17:11 tacorp kernel: Code: f0 fe 0d 64 26 2a c0 0f 88 29 93 10
> jason> 00 8b 44 24 2c 8b 18 eb
>
>
> Are you sure that the System.map and the kernel that you are running
> match??? in the calltrace, __find_get_page didn't appear, and you put
> that it is the place where you are having problems. Could you check
> if you have also a line with BUG(): <some text here> in your logs just
> before that Oops?
>
> Later, Juan.
>
> --
> In theory, practice and theory are the same, but in practice they
> are different -- Larry McVoy
>

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