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SubjectRe: SMP oops on Xseries235
"Enrico Demarin" <enricod@videotron.ca> wrote:
>
> I upgraded to 2.4.22 , with one CPU the kernel looks stable . On SMP I got
> an OOPS message just after a few
>
> hours of uptime . Being a system with over 100 users relying on it, I'm
> getting mud from all over the place ;/
>
> Anyway: this time the process was squid , and the machine did not lock up so
> I could decode the OOPS
> ...
> Unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 00000004
> c014650d
> *pde = 00000000
> Oops: 0002
> CPU: 1
> EIP: 0010:[<c014650d>] Tainted: PF
> Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386

What caused the taint? (What modules are loaded?)

It oopsed because current->fs is NULL in sys_open(). Totally bizarre,
never seen that before.

Which kernel were you running before 2.4.22?

> EFLAGS: 00010202
> eax: 00000004 ebx: f6d81f84 ecx: f6d81f84 edx: f6d80000
> esi: f6d81f84 edi: da812000 ebp: f6d81f84 esp: f6d81ea4
> ds: 0018 es: 0018 ss: 0018
> Process squid (pid: 1354, stackpage=f6d81000)
> Stack: f6d81ee8 00015554 f6d81efc c01fed81 d9c7a614 f6d81f34 00015554
> 00000040
> f6d81ee8 00000246 dc81eea0 daa0b8c0 dc81ef78 c0231efe daa0b8c0
> f5a54250
> f6d81f84 da812000 00000000 c01464be da812000 da812000 00000e42
> c014696e
> Call Trace: [<c01fed81>] [<c0231efe>] [<c01464be>] [<c014696e>]
> [<c01fee88>]
> [<c013a656>] [<c01453ce>] [<c013a9a4>] [<c0108c43>]
> Code: f0 83 28 01 0f 88 2c 28 00 00 8b 82 50 06 00 00 8b 58 14 85
>
>
> >>EIP; c014650d <path_init+2d/180> <=====
>
> >>ebx; f6d81f84 <_end+36a0c370/3858f3ec>
> >>ecx; f6d81f84 <_end+36a0c370/3858f3ec>
> >>edx; f6d80000 <_end+36a0a3ec/3858f3ec>
> >>esi; f6d81f84 <_end+36a0c370/3858f3ec>
> >>edi; da812000 <_end+1a49c3ec/3858f3ec>
> >>ebp; f6d81f84 <_end+36a0c370/3858f3ec>
> >>esp; f6d81ea4 <_end+36a0c290/3858f3ec>
>
> Trace; c01fed81 <sock_recvmsg+31/b0>
> Trace; c0231efe <tcp_poll+2e/150>
> Trace; c01464be <path_lookup+e/30>
> Trace; c014696e <open_namei+8e/530>
> Trace; c01fee88 <sock_read+88/a0>
> Trace; c013a656 <filp_open+36/60>
> Trace; c01453ce <getname+5e/a0>
> Trace; c013a9a4 <sys_open+34/a0>
> Trace; c0108c43 <system_call+33/38>
>
> Code; c014650d <path_init+2d/180>
> 00000000 <_EIP>:
> Code; c014650d <path_init+2d/180> <=====
> 0: f0 83 28 01 lock subl $0x1,(%eax) <=====
> Code; c0146511 <path_init+31/180>
> 4: 0f 88 2c 28 00 00 js 2836 <_EIP+0x2836> c0148d43
> <.text.lock.namei+106/403>
> Code; c0146517 <path_init+37/180>
> a: 8b 82 50 06 00 00 mov 0x650(%edx),%eax
> Code; c014651d <path_init+3d/180>
> 10: 8b 58 14 mov 0x14(%eax),%ebx
> Code; c0146520 <path_init+40/180>
> 13: 85 00 test %eax,(%eax)
>


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