2.5.72-mm1 freeze

From: Konstantin Kletschke (konsti@ludenkalle.de)
Date: Fri Jun 20 2003 - 07:58:50 EST

Again 2.5.72-mm1 froze while clicking around in konqueror :(
This time the ksymoops output is half of the size of yesterday but looks
very similair. Does it look like Hardware error or kernel error? If the
latter its not importand to fix it now, I only wan't to know if my
Hardware is broken or not :/


>>EIP; d9274998 <_end+18f1f588/3fca8bf0> <=====
c011a016 <show_state+4b/8e>
Trace; c01f3518 <__handle_sysrq_nolock+73/e7>
Trace; c01f3491 <handle_sysrq+4a/5e>
Trace; c01f7953 <receive_chars+12c/272>
Trace; c01f7dae <serial8250_interrupt+102/104>
Trace; c010b146 <handle_IRQ_event+3a/64>
Trace; c010b473 <do_IRQ+9a/13f>
Trace; c01099ac <common_interrupt+18/20>
Trace; c011c2fa <panic+de/ff>
Trace; c010a091 <die+ea/fd>
Trace; c011741a <do_page_fault+14a/44b>
Trace; c022e877 <sock_alloc_send_pskb+c3/1db>
Trace; c0230b01 <memcpy_fromiovec+83/89>
Trace; f8f54ef5 <_end+38bffae5/3fca8bf0>
Trace; c01172d0 <do_page_fault+0/44b>
Trace; c0109a69 <error_code+2d/38>
Trace; f8ea8caa <_end+38b5389a/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8f4778a <_end+38bf237a/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8ebad2d <_end+38b6591d/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8f864b7 <_end+38c310a7/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8fbc882 <_end+38c67472/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8fbc62a <_end+38c6721a/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8f5a6b4 <_end+38c052a4/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8f5a265 <_end+38c04e55/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8fdd000 <_end+38c87bf0/3fca8bf0>
Trace; c011a471 <autoremove_wake_function+0/4f>
Trace; f8f8471a <_end+38c2f30a/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8ebd199 <_end+38b67d89/3fca8bf0>
Trace; f8ebdde0 <_end+38b689d0/3fca8bf0>
Trace; c011fdd2 <tasklet_action+40/61>
Trace; c011fc1d <do_softirq+95/97>
Trace; c010b4e5 <do_IRQ+10c/13f>
Trace; c01099ac <common_interrupt+18/20>

Many very similar Blocks looking like this with varying >>EIP; lines...


Konstantin Kletschke <konsti@ludenkalle.de>, <konsti@ku-gbr.de>
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