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SubjectRe: 2.4.19 OOPS [Repost]
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On Wed, 2002-09-11 at 18:16, lists@corewars.org wrote:
> Just in case this might shed some more light on the problem...
> I recompiled the kernel with frame pointers about a week ago, and I
> didn't face a single oops till today morning, when I recompiled the
> kernel without frame-pointers and I've been getting the same
> oopses all day.
>

Are you using gcc 3.0.x or an early gcc 3.1.x. There are bugs in those
where they write below the stack pointer which means an IRQ will corrupt
stuff. Turning on frame pointers might well hide this

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