Tim Waugh (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 13 May 1999 18:47:55 +0100 (GMT)
On Thu, 13 May 1999, Me Again wrote:
> It is most definately an oops with all the related fsck'ing of a 4gb
> partion afterwards. One oops resulted in the kernel becoming
> unbootable (it would oops on boot) but I think this was when I had
> "modprobe ppa" in an rc file.
When you get the oops, can you write down the numbers you get, and look
them up in System.map? The EIP is probably the most valuable, but the
ones in the call stack are also very useful. They probably won't exactly
match the numbers in System.map, as the map file lists the start addresses
of the functions, and the addresses you see will be inside the functions.
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