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Re: Ext3 related oops and a crash



Hi,

On Thu, Apr 04, 2002 at 12:15:37PM +0300, Jani Jaakkola wrote:

> The kernel is tainted by Intels e1000 gigabit ethernet driver. However, 
> these problems have occurred also when the Intels driver is not in use.

Have you been able to reproduce the problem on an untainted kernel ---
ie. one which has never loaded that driver?

Your three traces are all from the same boot, so the last two really
don't provide any new information --- it would be much more useful to
see traces from other reboots.  Do all of your panics have similar
call chains?

> I have tried to rule out motherboard/cpu/memory problems by doing kernel 
> compilatations in a loop for 24 hours (trying to get sig11). No problems 
> there.

memtest86 is usually a good thing to try overnight if you suspect such
problems.

Cheers,
 Stephen





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