I fairly certain its the Qlogic driver for the QLA2200 HBA (driver
version 4.27b (I've tried but so far failed to get the more recent
5.38.9 driver to work).
The only other possibility (well the only other driver not in the
base/XFS kernel) is an intel driver for a e1000 PRO Gigabit Ethernet
card (version 3.6.8).
> At 19:31 18-9-2002 +0100, you wrote:
> >I upgraded the kernel to the current CVS (2.4.19-xfs) tree (as of Monday
> >16th Sept.) today and got a very similar looking Ooops to the one I
> >reported on Monday, see below. I guess it is very difficult to know what
> >would have caused any heap corruption. As I understand it there's
> >nothing in these latest panics to directly link them with XFS? I need to
> >do some more thinking on this. Any pointers would be very welcome.
> What driver have you loaded that taints your kernel.
> It might just be your lucky day, if you only knew.
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