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SubjectRe: [reiserfs-list] oopsing in the reiser included in 2.4.2-pre2
Andres Salomon wrote:

> I'm getting the following oopses, both apparently in the same place of
> create_virtual_node():
>
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: printing eip:
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: c015aeaa
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: Oops: 0000
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: CPU: 0
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: EIP: 0010:[create_virtual_node+698/1240]
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: EFLAGS: 00010287
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: eax: ffffff3e ebx: 00000000 ecx: c12efcc4
> edx: 00000000
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: esi: c0c8f000 edi: 0000000b ebp: c0c8f124
> esp: c12efba0
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: Process rm (pid: 2756, stackpage=c12ef000)
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: Stack: c0c8f000 c0c8f124 00000000 ffffff3e c12e
> fcc4 000003e8 00000000 00000086
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: 00000016 0000000c 00000000 c0a4b4a0 c0de
> f018 c015d204 c12efcc4 00000000
> Feb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: c12efcc4 00000000 c12efcc4 00000000 0000
> 0000 00000064 00000000 c12efcc4
> kFeb 15 16:03:32 infinity kernel: Call Trace: [dc_check_balance_leaf+84/344] [dc_
> check_balance+32/36] [check_balance+95/104] [fix_nodes+252/1064] [reiserfs_cut_f
> rom_item+154/1120] [reiserfs_cut_from_item+481/1120] [reiserfs_do_truncate+780/1
> 052]
> Feb 15 16:03:33 infinity kernel: [reiserfs_delete_object+35/56] [reiserfs
> _delete_inode+72/148] [iput+167/340] [d_delete+76/104] [vfs_unlink+246/300] [sys
> _unlink+167/284] [system_call+51/64]
> Feb 15 16:03:33 infinity kernel:
> Feb 15 16:03:33 infinity kernel: Code: 8b 42 14 ff d0 89 c2 03 16 89 16 8b 4c 24
> 38 83 c4 10 8b 81
>
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: printing eip:
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: c015aeaa
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: Oops: 0000
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: CPU: 0
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: EIP: 0010:[create_virtual_node+698/1240]
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: EFLAGS: 00010287
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: eax: 00000038 ebx: 00000000 ecx: c0c85cb0
> edx: 00000000
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: esi: c0c59000 edi: 0000000d ebp: c0c59154
> esp: c0c85b00
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: Process BitchX (pid: 189, stackpage=c0c85000)
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: Stack: c0c59000 c0c59154 00000000 00000038 0000
> 0000 00001008 c0c93ba0 c0c85c14
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: 0000001a 0000000e 00000000 c0c93ba0 c0cb
> 0018 c015c4df c0c85cb0 00000000
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: c0c85ea0 00000069 00000000 00000000 0000
> 0101 00001000 00000282 00000000
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: Call Trace: [ip_check_balance+919/2816] [__allo
> c_pages+219/720] [filemap_nopage+282/1032] [do_no_page+77/192] [check_balance+86
> /104] [fix_nodes+252/1064] [ide_set_handler+89/100]
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: [reiserfs_insert_item+123/256] [reiserfs
> _new_inode+855/1092] [reiserfs_mkdir+215/456] [vfs_mkdir+133/184] [sys_mkdir+114
> /180] [system_call+51/64]
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel:
> Feb 15 17:23:47 infinity kernel: Code: 8b 42 14 ff d0 89 c2 03 16 89 16 8b 4c 24
> 38 83 c4 10 8b 81
>
> This is w/ linux 2.4.2-pre2, Debian testing, and
> ii reiserfsprogs 3.0.20001019-3 *PRE-RELEASE* Tools for ReiserFS filesystems
>
> Is this a known issue? What would you folks recommend I do?
> --
> "... being a Linux user is sort of like living in a house inhabited
> by a large family of carpenters and architects. Every morning when
> you wake up, the house is a little different. Maybe there is a new
> turret, or some walls have moved. Or perhaps someone has temporarily
> removed the floor under your bed." - Unix for Dummies, 2nd Edition
> -- found in the .sig of Rob Riggs, rriggs@tesser.com

do not reply this post please, if you know how to fix problem ( alan please help )
please email to him directly:
dilinger@mp3revolution.net

I just reply to kernel mail list :)

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