7.0 RC2 kernel panic with Kqemu/AMD64

Gary Jennejohn gary.jennejohn at freenet.de
Sun Feb 17 15:06:45 UTC 2008

On Sun, 17 Feb 2008 06:51:18 -0600 (CET)
"John Marino" <mfl-commissioner at marino.st> wrote:

> Unread portion of the kernel message buffer:
> kernel
> tFraatpa l trap 12 wi1t2h:  interpraugpet sf aduilsta bwlheidle
>  i
> n
>  Fkaetranle lt rmaopd e1
> :c pupirdi v=i l1e;g eadp iicn sitdr u=c tion0 1f
> afualutl tw hviilret uianl  kaedrdnreels sm	o=d e0
> xc0p
> ufiadu l=t  0;c oadpei	c	 =i ds u=p e0r0v
> iisnosrt rruecatdi odna tpao,i nptaegre	 =n o0tx 2pfr3e0s:en0tx
> fifnfsftfrfufcft8i0o8n3 bpbocidn
> tsetra	c=k  0pxo8i:n0txer	 f f f f f f f f=8 004x710b:a01x5f
> fsftfafcfk fpfoaibn9tde6r6	e 0
>  f r a m e  =p o0ixn1t0e:r0	x    f f f f f=f f0fxa1b09:d06xbcf0f
> fffrfafmfef 8p0o9i8n1tceer0
>  c o d e   s e g=m e0nxt1		0=: 0bxase f0fxf0f,f flfifmaibt9 d06xc00,0
> tcyopdee  0sxe0gm
> e	nt				==  DbPaLs e0 ,0 xp0r,e sl i0m,i tl o0nxg f0f,f fdfe,f32 0, gran 0

I can't help with your problem, but I suggest that you add
options         PRINTF_BUFR_SIZE=128
to your kernel config file to avoid the above corrupted output.

Gary Jennejohn

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