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SubjectRe: 2.5.72 oops (scheduling while atomic)
Greg Norris <haphazard@kc.rr.com> wrote:
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> I'm getting the following oops when booting 2.5.72, preceded by a
> quite a few "bad: scheduling while atomic!" messages. My .config and
> the decoded oops are attached.

I was able to reproduce this. Pid #0 (swapper) ends up with a preempt
count of two and everything goes pear-shaped.

This appears to be because you haven't selected any chip drivers in IDE
config. I selected PIIX and things started working better.

Just to double-check I took my usual .config, enable preemption, disabled
all IDE chip drivers and the same thing happened. Over to Bart ;)


Your .config seems broken in other ways btw. Suggest you do

cp arch/i386/defconfig .config

and start again.

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