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SubjectRe: Kernel panic: not continuing do_aic7xxx_isr
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Sorry for resending it, but I'm not on the list and would like being copied
for the replies. Thanks very much. -Mingye
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mingye Zhang" <Mingye.Zhang@oracle.com>
To: <linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 3:06 PM
Subject: Kernel panic: not continuing do_aic7xxx_isr


> Hi, this is the first time I send email to this list in the hope that I
may
> get some help here...
>
> I have a machine goes panic whenever I tranfer big files across network.
It
> is a Dell 1650 machine with 4GB memory, 2 CPUs. The kernel is
2.4.9-e.3smp.
> It is a Red Hat Linux Advanced Server release 2.1AS/i686 (Pensacola). Here
> is the screen dump:
> Stack d1b5be2c 00000001 ce969180 c5339e5c c0118fa2 d1b5a000 00000282
> 00000202
> f3d461ac f3d46040 f2320720 f3d46178 c0203acc f3d4623c 006e6706
> c0113b37
> 000003ff 00000002 0000030d 00000000 f5aeb842 00000020 00000001
> 011d63dc
> Call Trace:[<.....>]__wake_up[kernel]0x42
> [<.....>]tcp_v4_rcv[kernel]0x3cc
> [<.....>]smp_apic_time_interrupt[kernel]0x12b
> [<.....>]aic7xxx_isr[kernel]0x296
> [<.....>]net_rx_action[kernel]0x1eb
> [<.....>]do_aic7xxx_isr[aic7xxx]0x68
> [<.....>]handle_IRQ_event[kernel]0x5e
> [<.....>]do_IRQ[kernel]0xc1
> [<.....>]default_idle[kernel]0x0
> [<.....>]call_do_IRQ[kernel]0x5
> [<.....>]default_idle[kernel]0x0
> [<.....>]default_idle[kernel]0x2e
> [<.....>]cpu_idle[kernel]0x32
> [<.....>]__call_console_drivers[kernel]0x46
> [<.....>]call_console_drivers[kernel]0xeb
>
> Code: 8b 07 0f b6 40 19 eb 05 b8 ff 00 00 00 50 31 ff 6a ff 55 0f
> <0>Kernel panic: not continuing
> In interrupt handler - not syncing
>
> Thanks
> Mingye
>

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