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SubjectRE: Oops with 4GB memory setting in 2.4.0 stable
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Ok, now were making progress. I did as you said and have attached (really!)
the new parsed output. Now we have some useful information (I hope). I still
got lots of warnings on symbols (which I have edited out of the parsed file
for the sake of briefness). What's the next step?

--Rainer


> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-kernel-owner@vger.kernel.org
> [mailto:linux-kernel-owner@vger.kernel.org]On Behalf Of Marcelo Tosatti
> Sent: Tuesday, January 16, 2001 7:09 AM
> To: Rainer Mager
> Cc: linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org
> Subject: RE: Oops with 4GB memory setting in 2.4.0 stable
>
> >>EIP; f889e044 <END_OF_CODE+385bfe34/????> <=====
> Trace; f889d966 <END_OF_CODE+385bf756/????>
> Trace; c0140c10 <vfs_readdir+90/ec>
> Trace; c0140e7c <filldir+0/d8>
> Trace; c0140f9e <sys_getdents+4a/98>
> Trace; c0140e7c <filldir+0/d8>
>
> It seems the oops is happening in a module's function.
>
> You have to make ksymoops parse the oops output against a System.map which
> has all modules symbols. Load each module by hand with the insmod -m
> option ("insmod -m module.o") and _append_ the outputs to System.map.
>
> After that you can run ksymoops against this new System.map.
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