Re: About kernel panic!
From: Zhenyu Wu
Date: Mon Dec 20 2004 - 07:51:51 EST
Do you mean that there is something wrong with my Kernel Code? So, i have to use a
new kernel code, but i can't understand why.
Thanks and Best,
>From: Nick Piggin <nickpiggin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: Zhenyu Wu <y030729@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: Re: About kernel panic!
>Date:Mon, 20 Dec 2004 20:21:23 +1100
>Zhenyu Wu wrote:
> > Hello, Everyone,
> > I think i have met lots of troubles when i am programming in the kernel, so,
> > want to get
> > some help.
> > One of my troubles is that, sometimes, the program can work well, but
> > there are
> > kernel panics. So, does someone else meet such questions, what is the major
> > reasons? From the
> > indication of the log messages, i can find the messages on allocting the
> > remember,
> > i use the kmalloc to do it, but is there something wrong?
> Yes, there is something wrong with your kernel code. The oops will
> tell you what went wrong.
> Reading Documentation/oops-tracing.txt is a good start.
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