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SubjectRe: Networking: repeatable oops in 2.4.15-pre2
Matthew Kirkwood wrote:

> On Fri, 9 Nov 2001, J Sloan wrote:
>
> > 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).
>
> I'm seeing the same thing on my gateway,

Good to know it's not just me!


> I am back to 2.4.10 for now.

2.4.14 runs fine here, much faster than 2.4.10

> My setup:
>
> K6-200 w/64 MB RAM
> Debian Woody
> a 3c905B and an RTL-8139

Excellent, that rules out CPU specifics, distro
specifics, and ethernet adapter specifics -

> using iptables and transparent proxying (no masq).

Aha, we are both using iptables - (I am using nat)

Rusty, I hope you are reading this.

> > <0>Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!
>
> I haven't decoded the oops, but I'm certainly seeing this
> line.

Good info, thanks for your input.

cu

jjs

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