On Thu, 1 Sep 2005, Niall O Broin wrote:
> That's right - I was mindful of the length of the post. Each oops
> logged starts with an address (I presume - an 8 digit hex string)
> and then a line saying kernel: PREEMPT, and then gives a module
> list, flags, identifies the oopsing process, gives a few bytes of
> stack and then the call trace.
Right, that's the useful information. The first line of several isn't
useful. All of one trace /is/ useful - preferably the first.
> So, is it an Ubuntu kernel issue maybe, related to this hardware?
No, idea. We still havn't seen a full trace. do_lookup() is a VFS
function though I think, maybe related to an FS, but who knows..
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