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SubjectKernel oops and drive failure
I recently upgraded to 2.4.18 on a dual processor Dell 2550 server.
This is a backup Oracle servers (9i). Last night the load average
jumped to about 4 and an hour later to about 7. Top reports the CPU
utilization is less than 5%. Nevertheless the load averages keep
climbing.


About the time the load average jumped the log reports:

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Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Device 08:41 not ready.

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: I/O error: dev 08:41, sector 98566248

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: raid5: Disk failure on sde1, disabling
device. Operation continuing on 3 devices

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: md: recovery thread got woken up ...

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Unable to handle ke<1lUaULLblepto
tandde kfeeencernel NULL pointer dereference<6>md: recovery thread
finished ...

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: md: recovery thre00000f80

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: printing eip:

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: c01c067e

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: *pde = 00000000

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Oops: 0002

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: CPU: 0

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: EIP: 0010:[<c01c067e>] Not
tainted

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: EFLAGS: 00010202

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: eax: 00000841 ebx: f77db180 ecx:
00000020 edx: 00000841

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: esi: f77db380 edi: 00000f80 ebp:
c201f660 esp: f77d9f48

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Process raid5d (pid: 20,
stackpage=f77d9000)

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Stack: 00000000 f77df000 f77dc000
f7ead280 c201f6a0 c01c0729 f7ead280 c201f660

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: 00000001 f78d3c00 f7ead280
00000000 c01c07ff f7ead280 00000064 00000001

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: f78d3c00 f77d8000 00000000
f8845b3b f7ead280 fffffc18 00000000 c0274000

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Call Trace: [<c01c0729>] [<c01c07ff>]
[<f8845b3b>] [<f8845b20>] [<c01c360a>] Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel:
[<c0105876>] [<c01c34c0>]

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel:

Apr 21 18:09:54 jordan kernel: Code: f3 a5 8b 83 00 02 00 00 89 45 3c
c7 04 24 01 00 00 00 8b 1c

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I guess this a kernel 'oops'?

Please CC me on any response. I am not a member of this list.

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