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SubjectRe: scheduler problems

On Tue, 11 Jun 2002, Anjali Kulkarni wrote:

> I am getting a problem in the scheduler() function....
> I am running an in-kernel proxy on linux 2.2.16 and I get a problem in
> sched.c at line 384. [...]

(given that the current 2.2 kernel is 2.2.21, the first thing would be to
test it there too.)

> [...] It is due to the fact that the schedule() function does not find
> the 'current' process in the runqueue. [...]

a crash in line 384 means that the runqueue got corrupted by something,
most likely caused by buggy kernel code outside of the scheduler.

> Can anyone tell me what's happening here? My kernel module is no way the
> cause of any of this. [...]

does it happen if you do not run your kernel module after bootup, ever?


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