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SubjectOoops with 2.5.3 and ext3 (using cvs).
Hi all,

I had the following oops on 2.5.3 with ext3.
The is accurate. I could not try
later kernels, because nothing above 2.5.3
copiles for me.
As a sidenote: I have a "patchset" to make 2.5.3
compile, but I'm quite upset because small patches
are usually ignored unless they come from a "valueable"
source. Problematic parts are matrox_fb, rt8130too,
eepro100 and serial drivers.



invalid operand: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<c0152abb>] Not tainted
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386
EFLAGS: 00010286
eax: 0000007b ebx: c35e9eb0 ecx: c0297ed8 edx: c33ca000
esi: c1780800 edi: cdeee740 ebp: d497f4c0 esp: c33cbdf0
ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
Process cvs (pid: 4030, stackpage=c33cb000)
Stack: c0236f80 c0237501 c0236f60 000004df c0237540 00560574 d2d0d3e0 cf35c8a0
cf35c8a0 c1780894 c014a3c1 d2d0d3e0 cdeee740 00560574 cf35c820 d2d0d3e0
c33cbf2c 00560574 cf35c820 d2d0d3e0 c014beee d2d0d3e0 00000000 cf35c8a0
Call Trace: [<c014a3c1>] [<c014beee>] [<c0157013>] [<c01571a5>] [<c014c013>]
[<c014c35e>] [<c014c3c6>] [<c0156e9f>] [<c0151b09>] [<c014a48d>] [<c014a528>]
[<c014a5c7>] [<c014a528>] [<c013ce3c>] [<c013b658>] [<c01355e6>] [<c01356c1>]
Code: 0f 0b 83 c4 14 8b 43 18 85 c0 74 30 39 e8 74 25 68 a0 74 23

>>EIP; c0152aba <journal_forget+12e/190> <=====
Trace; c014a3c0 <ext3_forget+50/c8>
Trace; c014beee <ext3_clear_blocks+fe/124>
Trace; c0157012 <journal_free_journal_head+e/14>
Trace; c01571a4 <__journal_remove_journal_head+d0/d8>
Trace; c014c012 <ext3_free_data+fe/164>
Trace; c014c35e <ext3_truncate+d6/3a4>
Trace; c014c3c6 <ext3_truncate+13e/3a4>
Trace; c0156e9e <__jbd_kmalloc+1a/68>
Trace; c0151b08 <journal_start+a4/cc>
Trace; c014a48c <start_transaction+54/80>
Trace; c014a528 <ext3_delete_inode+0/11c>
Trace; c014a5c6 <ext3_delete_inode+9e/11c>
Trace; c014a528 <ext3_delete_inode+0/11c>
Trace; c013ce3c <iput+bc/198>
Trace; c013b658 <d_delete+4c/6c>
Trace; c01355e6 <vfs_unlink+f6/12c>
Trace; c01356c0 <sys_unlink+a4/11c>
Trace; c01085f2 <syscall_traced+6/a>
Code; c0152aba <journal_forget+12e/190>
00000000 <_EIP>:
Code; c0152aba <journal_forget+12e/190> <=====
0: 0f 0b ud2a <=====
Code; c0152abc <journal_forget+130/190>
2: 83 c4 14 add $0x14,%esp
Code; c0152abe <journal_forget+132/190>
5: 8b 43 18 mov 0x18(%ebx),%eax
Code; c0152ac2 <journal_forget+136/190>
8: 85 c0 test %eax,%eax
Code; c0152ac4 <journal_forget+138/190>
a: 74 30 je 3c <_EIP+0x3c> c0152af6 <journal_forget+16a/190>
Code; c0152ac6 <journal_forget+13a/190>
c: 39 e8 cmp %ebp,%eax
Code; c0152ac8 <journal_forget+13c/190>
e: 74 25 je 35 <_EIP+0x35> c0152aee <journal_forget+162/190>
Code; c0152aca <journal_forget+13e/190>
10: 68 a0 74 23 00 push $0x2374a0
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