I've just joined this mailing list, so if these problems are already known,
sorry for the wasted bandwidth.
With a stock 2.3.31, I can create a kernel oops by having an ipv6 program try
to bind to a udp port.
I can bind a ipv6 tcp port without a problem, but once I try to connect and
talk to it, the kernel will die with "aiee, killing interupt handler, etc"
I have the ksymoops output of the first oops, and a ksymoops output of what I
could copy off the screen for the tcp death. If the oops traces would be of
any use to anyone, let me know and I'll post it or send it to you.
the programs were socktest and a simple client/server pair I wrote myself.
Both would cause the same oops.
David "LordBeatnik" Jeffery
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