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    Subject[BUG] vanilla 2.4.15 iptables/REDIRECT kernel oops
    I got another kernel oops related to iptables/REDIRECT, this time it's a plain vanilla kernel 2.4.15

    iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -p tcp --dst 145.66.1.1 \
    --dport 1080 -j REDIRECT --to 80 > /dev/null 2>&1
    iptables -t nat -I OUTPUT -p tcp --dst 145.66.1.1 \
    --dport 1080 -j REDIRECT --to 80 > /dev/null 2>&1

    This redirects connects to the machine itself (145.66.1.1) port 1080 to port
    80, which is where apache listens. Connecting to http://145.66.1.1:1080/ seems
    to result in the reported oops, as reported before. It's very reproducable
    here, on several machines. So enjoy!

    Rolf

    [fokkensr@iasdev fokkensr]$ ksymoops -k ksyms-2.4.15 -i -m /boot/System.map-2.4.15 -o /lib/modules/2.4.15/ < oops-2.4.15.txt

    ksymoops 2.4.3 on i686 2.4.8-clk. Options used
    -V (default)
    -k ksyms-2.4.15 (specified)
    -l /proc/modules (default)
    -o /lib/modules/2.4.15/ (specified)
    -m /boot/System.map-2.4.15 (specified)
    -i

    Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 0000034e
    c0200cb5
    *pde = 00000000
    Oops: 0000
    CPU: 0
    EIP: 0010:[<c0200cb5>] not tainted
    Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386
    EFLAGS: 00010246
    eax: 000005dc ebx: f76b0ea0 ecx: f76be800 edx: 00000000
    esi: f76b30ac edi: 00000000 ebp: f72ab224 esp: f7193d98
    ds: 0010 es: 0018 ss: 0018
    Stack: 00000001 f7192000 00000003 00000000 f76be800 c01f102d f76b0ea0 f76bc0ac
    f72fa6d4 f76b0130 f76bc0c0 f7193dd8 c034bed8 c01ffb46 00000002 00000003
    f76b0ea0 00000000 f76be800 c0200c14 0000003c f72fa6d4 f76b0130 f76bc0c0
    Call Trace: <c01f102d> <c01ffb46> <c0200c14> <c0198c23> <c0216179>
    <c0210238> <c02107f2> <c0210b23> <c020617f> <c0223acc> <c0223b06>
    <c01e115d> <c0223acc> <c01e137b> <c01437ec> <c01076a3>
    Code: 8a 87 4c 03 00 00 3c 02 74 0a 3c 01 75 0b f6 45 20 04 75 05

    >>EIP; c0200cb4 <ip_queue_xmit2+a0/22c> <=====
    Trace; c01f102c <nf_hook_slow+19c/21c>
    Trace; c01ffb46 <ip_queue_xmit+28e/300>
    Trace; c0200c14 <ip_queue_xmit2+0/22c>
    Trace; c0198c22 <generic_unplug_device+62/b0>
    Trace; c0216178 <tcp_v4_send_check+6c/ac>
    Trace; c0210238 <tcp_cwnd_restart+18/a4>
    Trace; c02107f2 <tcp_transmit_skb+52e/5ec>
    Trace; c0210b22 <tcp_push_one+8a/114>
    Trace; c020617e <tcp_sendmsg+b3a/1370>
    Trace; c0223acc <inet_sendmsg+0/40>
    Trace; c0223b06 <inet_sendmsg+3a/40>
    Trace; c01e115c <sock_sendmsg+80/a4>
    Trace; c0223acc <inet_sendmsg+0/40>
    Trace; c01e137a <sock_write+a2/ac>
    Trace; c01437ec <sys_write+8c/c4>
    Trace; c01076a2 <system_call+2e/34>
    Code; c0200cb4 <ip_queue_xmit2+a0/22c>
    00000000 <_EIP>:
    Code; c0200cb4 <ip_queue_xmit2+a0/22c> <=====
    0: 8a 87 4c 03 00 00 mov 0x34c(%edi),%al <=====
    Code; c0200cba <ip_queue_xmit2+a6/22c>
    6: 3c 02 cmp $0x2,%al
    Code; c0200cbc <ip_queue_xmit2+a8/22c>
    8: 74 0a je 14 <_EIP+0x14> c0200cc8 <ip_queue_xmit2+b4/22c>
    Code; c0200cbe <ip_queue_xmit2+aa/22c>
    a: 3c 01 cmp $0x1,%al
    Code; c0200cc0 <ip_queue_xmit2+ac/22c>
    c: 75 0b jne 19 <_EIP+0x19> c0200ccc <ip_queue_xmit2+b8/22c>
    Code; c0200cc2 <ip_queue_xmit2+ae/22c>
    e: f6 45 20 04 testb $0x4,0x20(%ebp)
    Code; c0200cc6 <ip_queue_xmit2+b2/22c>
    12: 75 05 jne 19 <_EIP+0x19> c0200ccc <ip_queue_xmit2+b8/22c>
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