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SubjectRe: kernel panic - bug or Hardware ?
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Hi Alan,

nope ... this also appears with the Fasttrack66-card unplugged , last time it appeared during the fsck of / on startup ( without
any already loaded mods) .. on thing that always stays the same is the stack-page of c1131000 ..
well i may see that all this tells little on cause , but what kind of hardware could that be ?? there ist only motherboard , Cpu, SCSI,IDE, PCI-Bridge and RAM left

thanks

-c-


Am Montag, 11. Februar 2002 15:10 schrieb sHANT)I(:
-=> guess so , but i have to try again .. to be sure .. mainly i installed linux because freebsd (4.4&4.5) crashed with similiar problems but without
-=> debugoutput -- so it tried on linux (for more detail) .. will check it out ..
-=>
-=> this is the part of dmesg when linux just runs on hda (internal-ide-controller) .. there is still no use of the
-=> fasttrack-attached devices, just compiled in.
-=>
-=> btw .. i have to say that i use `append=" noapic"` so that the system wont crash on bootstrap
-=>
-=> ----------snip--------
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: PDC20262: IDE controller on PCI bus 01 dev 60
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: PDC20262: chipset revision 1
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: PDC20262: not 100%% native mode: will probe irqs later
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: PDC20262: (U)DMA Burst Bit ENABLED Primary MASTER Mode Secondary MASTER Mode.
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: ide2: BM-DMA at 0xfc80-0xfc87, BIOS settings: hde:pio, hdf:pio
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: ide3: BM-DMA at 0xfc88-0xfc8f, BIOS settings: hdg:pio, hdh:pio
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: hda: Maxtor 82161E2, ATA DISK drive
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: hde: Maxtor 2B020H1, ATA DISK drive
-=> Feb 4 21:31:56 paladin kernel: hdg: Maxtor 2B020H1, ATA DISK drive
-=> --------snap---------
-=>
-=>
-=>
-=> Am Montag, 11. Februar 2002 15:04 schrieben Sie:
-=> -=> > i run a quad-cpu netserver (64MB parityRAM , 2x onboard Adaptec aic7870 SCSI adapter) under Debian potato with 2.2.x kernel
-=> -=> > without any problem , but had to compile 2.4.17 for getting my Promise-Fastrack66-controller to work .. and since i run on 2.4 i
-=> -=> > get strange kernel panic (totally random in time and action) with always the same trace.
-=> -=> > For i really have no idea on kernel debugging, i hope that i am right listed here to find help
-=> -=>
-=> -=> Hard to tell (you've attached the right things but they dont provide much of
-=> -=> an answer other than 'crap happened').
-=> -=>
-=> -=> You say you had to built this to get your fasttrack card working. If you run
-=> -=> without the fasttrak card in use (as you did in 2.2) does the box do this ?
-=> -=>
-=> -=>
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