Re: Oops in pdflush

From: Andreas Schwab <>
Date: 2004-02-23 00:58:34
Keith Owens <> writes:

> Can you try running with the kdb patch to see if that gives a better
> backtrace for the oops?

kdb couldn't do it better.

[2]kdb> bt
Stack traceback for pid 21693
0xe00000002faf0000    21693        1  1    2   R  0xe00000002faf04b0 *pdflush
0xa0000001003ff290 kdba_main_loop+0x150
        args (0x5, 0x5, 0x20000000030, 0x4, 0xe00000002faf6640)
        kernel 0xa0000001003ff140 0xa0000001003ff2c0
0xa000000100283e60 kdb+0x820
        args (0x5, 0x20000000030, 0xe00000002faf6640, 0xa00000010082bbd0, 0xa000000100887a84)
        kernel 0xa000000100283640 0xa000000100284bc0
0xa0000001000393c0 die+0x1e0
        args (0xe00000002faf64b0, 0xe00000002faf6640, 0x20000000030, 0xa00000010071fa80, 0xa000000100039570)
        kernel 0xa0000001000391e0 0xa000000100039400
0xa000000100039570 ia64_fault+0x110
        args (0x18, 0x20000000030, 0xe000000004c86b60, 0x3, 0xe00000002faf6640)
        kernel 0xa000000100039460 0xa00000010003a4e0
0xa00000010000d640 ia64_leave_kernel
        args (0x18, 0x20000000030, 0xe000000004c86b60, 0x3, 0xe00000002faf6640)
        kernel 0xa00000010000d640 0xa00000010000d8a0
0xe00000002faf5f00 - No name.  May be an area that has no unwind data


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