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SubjectRe: [CRASH (kswapd)]: Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000018
28/11/01 04:36, Pascal Haakmat wrote:

> Linux 2.4.14 with XFS 1.0.2 patch (but without kdb patch) crashed on me
> today. The on screen crash dump said something about kswapd.
>
> I managed to salvage the following information from the screen before the
> screen went black (courtesy of the screen blanker?). I didn't find any way
> to get the display back so the rest of the information was lost:

[snip]

Some people suggested I should get the Oops information from
/var/log/messages. I should have mentioned that the Oops turns up nowhere in
the logfiles.

I did find a couple of (XFS-related?) Oopses that I hadn't noticed before
though. See the thread "XFS Oopses with 2.4.5 and 2.4.14?". I am starting
to wonder whether it is a good idea to run XFS. Thanks.
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