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SubjectRe: Ops in Sched
On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 02:08:38PM +0100, Marcin Gogolewski wrote:
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> I hav to send it as attachement because of virus alert.

*sigh*, these things are getting really silly.
I associate the first of the month with mailman reminder day,
but it seems today has been 'dumb virus-scanner MTA day' so far.

> Process ksoftirq_CPU0(pid:3, stackpage=f7df5000)
> Stack: c02918e2 00000236 00000000 00000000 00000018 c0320018 f7df4000 c0121660
> 00000000 f7df4000 00000246 00000000 f7df4000 f7df4000 00000000 c0121ca1
> 00000000 00010f00 c2113fac 00000000 c0350f40 c0105766 00000000 c0121bb0
> Call Trace:[<c0121660>][<c0121ca1>][<c0105766>][<c0121bb0>]
> Code:0f 0b 56 5e 8b 55 ec 8b 4a 1c 85 c9 78 3e 81 3d 04 84 32 c0

Feed this through ksymoops to decode the addresses, and then
it becomes 100% more useful.

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