On Tue, 2002-09-17 at 10:10, Steven Cole wrote:
> I booted that so-patched kernel and it got much further than before,
> up to where syslogd was able to write some stuff to /var/log/messages.
That is what is happening to me... if you trace when you lockup, its due
to the printk. My machines in these cases are only livelocked, I can
still ping etc.
> Trace; c011c51b <put_files_struct+bb/d0>
> Trace; c011d08b <do_exit+35b/370>
> Trace; c012d67f <do_munmap+11f/130>
> Trace; c012d6c5 <sys_munmap+35/60>
> Trace; c010918f <syscall_call+7/b>
Ugh this looks like the exit path which should not be triggered.
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