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SubjectRe: SCSI emulation causes kernel panic
On Sun, 2 Mar 2003 16:01:24 -0600
scott thomason <scott-kernel@thomasons.org> wrote:

| Greetings. I haven't been able to find a single version yet in
| the 2.5.x series that allows me to use SCSI emulation without a
| kernel panic...until I tried a strange trick today. Even under
| 2.5.63, I still received the panic documented below, until I
| turned on all the options under "Kernel Hacking". Then SCSI
| emulation seems to work fine!
|
| Some details: I have a dual Athlon MP2000 on an ASUS A7M266-D,
| with a new IDE-ATAPI Plexwriter. I have attached the dmesg/klogd
| output, the kernel panic that I painstakingly transcribed by
| hand, and the kernel configuration I used. If there is anything
| else needed...let me know!
| ---scott

Need to run that oops report thru ksymoops (see the file
linux/Documentation/oops-tracing.txt) or turn on
CONFIG_KALLSYMS=y in the Kernel Hacking menu to decode all of those
hex addresses.

--
~Randy
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