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SubjectRe: new aic7xxx oopses with AHA2940
On Sat, 26 May 2001 18:05:29 +0200, 
Marc Schiffbauer <> wrote:
>I have problems with the new aic7xxx-Driver. These problems exist
>with vanilla (2.4.4, 2.5.5, other d.k.) and -ac
>May 26 17:52:33 homer kernel: EIP: 0010:[usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+161255/198895517]
>May 26 17:52:33 homer kernel: Call Trace: [usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+162269/198894503] [usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+164966/198891806] [__delay+19/48] [usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+166493/198890279] [usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+117712/198939060] [usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+185577/198871195] [usbcore:usb_devfs_handle_Re9c5f87f+171751/198885021]
>Does it crash with the USB-Driver?? But USB works fine... even after
>the Oops

Because you are using a broken version of klogd that stuffs up oops
traces. Change klogd to run as klogd -x (probably in
/etc/rc.d/init.d/syslog) so it keeps its broken fingers off the oops.

Since you are failing during modprobe, creating /var/log/ksymoops is a
good idea, man insmod, see KSYMOOPS ASSISTANCE. Reproduce the
problem to get a clean oops trace then run it through ksymoops, using
the saved module data in /var/log/ksymoops.

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