Fatal trap 18 on Current 1386 since Saturday 21 Feb 2009
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Sat Feb 28 05:18:30 PST 2009
At 03:29 2/28/2009, you wrote:
>Manfred Antar wrote:
>>At 13:58 2/26/2009, you wrote:
>>>Manfred Antar wrote:
>>>>At 07:36 2/25/2009, Gavin Atkinson wrote:
>>>>>My suspicion is that it is this commit:
>>>>>Might be worthwhile trying the source from just before, and just after
>>>>>it and seeing if that is the cause.
>>>>Yes that's it I put:
>>>>from before the changes on the 21st in current /sys and kernel builds and boots fine
>>>>My original date of the 14th was wrong, I looked at the calendar thought it was the 14th
>>>>but actually uname -a of the last working kernel was the 21st 7am.
>>>Looking on on your first and later posts I would say that this commit may happen not a root of your problem. It may just trigger something else.
>>>Problem begins when some of your drives on ata1 channel timeouts request that leads to several controller reinits. I think that durung that driver somehow gets wrong drive parameters that leads to division by zero error inside ata_tf_write().
>>>I have just committed one patch that probably does not fix the problem, but change process a bit. Could you try it and send me all ata related verbose messages starting from controller detection.
>>Sure. I only have one Hard Drive and a DVD drive in this computer.
>I have committed patch (r189166) which I think should fix your crash. Test it please.
Build and Works Fine now
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