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SubjectPanic in 2.2.2-pre2 SMP several panics
Dear Kernel Gurus

Sorry if this is a bit of a repeat - I think the prior message was
incorrectly addressed.

System Dual 500 Mhz Pentium III 256MB ram with Adaptec 2940
UW scsi controller - WD disc and HP DAT tape.

I have been getting kernel panics when doing backups over the
network. I have used both the eepro100 driver and Intel's e100 driver
the general type of error is a panic - Aiee -- killing the interrupt
driver.

I have tried the 2.4.0, 2.4.1 and lately the 2.2.2-pre2 kernels.

Panics below for 2.4.2-pre2 kernel.

The error I have got is spkput:over: d0826d4b put:1514 dev:eth0
kernel BUG at skbuff.c:93 using the e100 driver

The NIC is an Intel Ether ExpressPro 100 set to 100Mbs full duplex
connected to an HP2424M switch.

I switched to the eepro100 drive and got this panic with system
"idle" and I was typing sudo -s.

Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 18000080
Bad EIP value. Killing the interrupt handler.

Any ideas?

Stephen Carr


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