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SubjectRe: FW: BUG in spinlock.h:133
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On Mon, 2002-03-04 at 06:50, Alexander Sandler wrote:

> I am getting a BUG in include/asm-i386/spinlock.h:133 when I am doing some
> I/O with driver I am working on. Does anyone has any idea what it can be?
> The system is Linux RedHat 7.1 on dual CPU machine running kernel 2.4.16.

That BUG means lock->magic was not set properly, which is a debug-only
parameter to make sure the lock was properly initialized.

Thus, either you are not properly initializing your spin_locks or there
is a memory corruption problem.

The EIP at the time of the BUG should of been reported - what was it?
Find it in your System.map to see where the problem is ...

Robert Love

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