This backtace looks very similar to one reported Jan 05 2001, so it's
probably XFS - although I wish I could blame your modules. :)
Is this repeatable?
On Mon, 2002-03-18 at 14:57, mzieba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> I've got Oops on 2.4.17 cvs-ed ~21 Feb, after my problem with
> disapearing partitions in the past. It hits when I put some load on disk,
> trying to
> install newer mozilla (with dpkg). After xfs_repair I ended with whole
> /usr in pieces (at least it was most visible, some other files i.e. from
> /etc were gone too) in lost+found.
> Can you tell me, if it can be xfs-related? I'm asking, because I'm using
> tainted modules, like NVDriver, VMWare modules... Maybe it's theirs
> fault? ;)
> The kernel was compiled using gcc version 2.95.4 20011002 (Debian
> Oh, btw, there was no filesystem shutdown after/before an Oops, I do
> not have CONFIG_DEBUG_BUGVERBOSE, should I? Friend of mine told me, that
> setting that will "mask" EIP..
> Is it anything, I can do, to help you? ;)
> (please CC, I'm not a subscriber)
> Marcin Zieba
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