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Re: Kernel OOPS 2.4.5-XFS-1.0.1 w/Feral FC drivers

To: "Sean Kormilo" <skormilo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Kernel OOPS 2.4.5-XFS-1.0.1 w/Feral FC drivers
From: Steve Lord <lord@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2001 16:51:34 -0600
Cc: Linux XFS <linux-xfs@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Comments: In-reply-to "Sean Kormilo" <skormilo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> message dated "31 Oct 2001 12:01:53 -0500."
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> Steve,
> 
> Thanks for the quick response.
> 
> I made this change, and the panic no longer occurs there (the one with
> the oops output), but I still get the other "scsi_free:Bad offset"
> panic. For some reason, that particular panic does not produce the
> "oops" type output, so there is no traceback to follow. Any idea how I
> can get it to supply me with the oops output? I realize this is likely
> no longer an XFS problem, but something in the SCSI layer.

You might ask on linux kernel, there are people out there who may
recognize the error.

> 
> In terms of this modification you described, are there any system level
> impacts to removing this code? Based on the comments there, it doesn't
> seem like there should be. Incidentally, I immediately unmount and ther
> remount the filesystem once I'm able to do so (ie: once the FC link is
> plugged back in).

There should be no problem removing the code, other parts of the system
will eventually have the same effect.

Steve


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