reproducible kernel panic
jbehl at fastclick.com
Mon Dec 6 14:57:20 PST 2004
Kris Kennaway wrote:
>On Mon, Dec 06, 2004 at 01:19:54PM -0800, Jeff Behl wrote:
>>I'm getting a kernel panic every time I start getting traffic (~ 20Mb/s
>>total) to two squid processes. This was not happening with -RELEASE. I
>>upgraded on the advice that STABLE would decrease the %cpu spent in
>>system, which was much higher than that spent in user. The machine's
>>only fucntion is as a reverse proxy (2 separate squid processes to take
>>advante of both cpus).
>>Let me know if a dump would be helpful, or if there's anything I can do
>You really need to get a debugging traceback - see the chapter on
>kernel debugging in the developers' handbook.
will do. in the mean time, i've disable SACK (someone mentioned trying
this on another thread for a different problem...can't remember where)
and the machine is no longer crashing.
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