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SubjectNetworking: repeatable oops in 2.4.15-pre2
Hello -

I have been running the 2.4.15-pre kernels and
have found an interesting oops. I can reproduce
it immediately, and reliably, just by issuing an ssh
command (as a normal user).

Hardware: Pentium III 933 w/512 MB RAM
Red Hat 7.1+ updates

I have 2 eepro 100 cards and am running
an iptables firewall.

The condition exists in 2.4.15-pre1 and -pre2.
I have not seen this before (2.4.14 is fine)

Tonight I compiled 2.4.15-pre2 and ran dbench
for awhile, with good results.

Then I tried the simple "ssh <somehost>"cmd
that locked up -pre1 - sure enough, it locked
up the system again -

Here is the hand-copied, decoded oops:

ksymoops 2.4.3 on i686 2.4.15-pre2. Options used
-V (default)
-k /proc/ksyms (default)
-l /proc/modules (default)
-o /lib/modules/2.4.15-pre2/ (default)
-m /boot/System.map (specified)

c01b8345
*pde = 00000000
Oops: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<c01b8345>] Not tainted
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386
EFLAGS: 00010293
eax: 000005dc ebx: df0f7de0 ecx: df0e1000 edx: 0000000e
esi: df96bdec edi: 00000000 ebp: d793b2a0 esp: da64bcf8
ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
Process ssh (pid:2028, stackpage=da64b000)
Stack: 00000003 c01b82b0 c01af49b c0294838 00000000 df0e1000 00000003
c01b82b0
c01af4d2 df0d7de0 00000000 c0294838 df96b690 00000286 0001e9c0
00000286
df0e1000 de4297a0 00000000 dfd8aee0 c01b7269 00000002 00000003
df0d7de0
Call Trace: [<c01b82b0>] [<c01af49b>] [<c01b82b0>] [<c01af4d2>]
[<c01b7269>]
[<c01b82b0>] [<c01abec8>] [<c01c9d5e>] [<c01c5243>] [<c01c755b>]
[<c015fcb6>]
[<c01c95f7>] [<c01d42c2>] [<c01a3df6>] [<c01a2fce>] [<c01a3a27>]
[<c01211b1>]
[<c01a3a7d>] [<c01a4790>] [<c011d34b>] [<c0106cfb>]
Code: 0f b6 87 c6 02 00 00 31 d2 3c 02 74 0a fe c8 75 0b f6 45 20

>>EIP; c01b8344 <ip_queue_xmit2+94/220> <=====
Trace; c01b82b0 <ip_queue_xmit2+0/220>
Trace; c01af49a <nf_hook_slow+aa/140>
Trace; c01b82b0 <ip_queue_xmit2+0/220>
Trace; c01af4d2 <nf_hook_slow+e2/140>
Trace; c01b7268 <ip_queue_xmit+448/490>
Trace; c01b82b0 <ip_queue_xmit2+0/220>
Trace; c01abec8 <neigh_lookup+18/80>
Trace; c01c9d5e <tcp_v4_send_check+6e/b0>
Trace; c01c5242 <tcp_transmit_skb+552/600>
Trace; c01c755a <tcp_connect+3ba/4b0>
Trace; c015fcb6 <secure_tcp_sequence_number+96/c0>
Trace; c01c95f6 <tcp_v4_connect+2c6/300>
Trace; c01d42c2 <inet_stream_connect+102/230>
Trace; c01a3df6 <sys_connect+56/80>
Trace; c01a2fce <sock_map_fd+ee/170>
Trace; c01a3a26 <sock_create+d6/100>
Trace; c01211b0 <do_munmap+1f0/260>
Trace; c01a3a7c <sys_socket+2c/50>
Trace; c01a4790 <sys_socketcall+e0/200>
Trace; c011d34a <sys_setgroups+5a/80>
Trace; c0106cfa <system_call+32/38>
Code; c01b8344 <ip_queue_xmit2+94/220>
00000000 <_EIP>:
Code; c01b8344 <ip_queue_xmit2+94/220> <=====
0: 0f b6 87 c6 02 00 00 movzbl 0x2c6(%edi),%eax <=====
Code; c01b834a <ip_queue_xmit2+9a/220>
7: 31 d2 xor %edx,%edx
Code; c01b834c <ip_queue_xmit2+9c/220>
9: 3c 02 cmp $0x2,%al
Code; c01b834e <ip_queue_xmit2+9e/220>
b: 74 0a je 17 <_EIP+0x17> c01b835a
<ip_queue_xmit2
+aa/220>
Code; c01b8350 <ip_queue_xmit2+a0/220>
d: fe c8 dec %al
Code; c01b8352 <ip_queue_xmit2+a2/220>
f: 75 0b jne 1c <_EIP+0x1c> c01b8360
<ip_queue_xmit2
+b0/220>
Code; c01b8354 <ip_queue_xmit2+a4/220>
11: f6 45 20 00 testb $0x0,0x20(%ebp)

<0>Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!


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