Re: Oops in 220.127.116.11
From: Alistair John Strachan
Date: Sat Dec 30 2006 - 12:11:48 EST
On Thursday 28 December 2006 04:14, Alistair John Strachan wrote:
> On Thursday 28 December 2006 04:02, Alistair John Strachan wrote:
> > On Thursday 28 December 2006 02:41, Zhang, Yanmin wrote:
> > [snip]
> > > > Here's a current decompilation of vmlinux/pipe_poll() from the
> > > > running kernel, the addresses have changed slightly. There's no xchg
> > > > there either:
> > >
> > > Could you reproduce the bug by the new kernel, so we could get the
> > > exact address and instruction of the bug?
> > It crashed again, but this time with no output (machine locked solid). To
> > be honest, the disassembly looks right (it's like Chuck said, it's
> > jumping back half way through an instruction):
> > c0156f5f: 3b 87 68 01 00 00 cmp 0x168(%edi),%eax
> > So c0156f60 is 87 68 01 00 00..
> > This is with the GCC recompile, so it's not a distro problem. It could
> > still either be GCC 4.x, or a 18.104.22.168 specific bug, but it's serious.
> > 2.6.19 with GCC 3.4.3 is 100% stable.
> Looks like a similar crash here:
I've eliminated 22.214.171.124 as the culprit, and also tried toggling "optimize for
size", various debug options. 2.6.19 compiled with GCC 4.1.1 on an Via
Nehemiah C3-2 seems to crash in pipe_poll reliably, within approximately 12
The machine passes 6 hours of Prime95 (a CPU stability tester), four memtest86
passes, and there are no heat problems.
I have compiled GCC 3.4.6 and compiled 2.6.19 with an identical config using
this compiler (but the same binutils), and will report back if it crashes. My
bet is that it won't, however.
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