reproduceable kernel panic when trying to use tap0 interface
mortmann at googlemail.com
Tue May 30 06:53:01 PDT 2006
Robert Watson schrieb:
> This sounds like a kernel code alignment bug, which is likely easy to
> fix. However...
the bug has been fixed (fast!):
>> == how to reproduce the kernel panic ==
>> # cat /dev/zero >/dev/tap0
>> tap0: Ethernet address: 00:bd:00:02:10:00
>> panic: trap: memory address not aligned
>> cpuid = 0
>> KDB: enter: panic
>> [thread 449 tid 100044]
>> Stopped at kdb_enter+0x3c: ta %xcc, 1
> Whoops, the gdb stack trace below looks corrupted and/or wrong. Could
> you instead provide the output of the "trace" command in DDB? DDB
> traces can be more reliable under some circumstances, and more resistant
> to mistakes such as matching the wrong kernel to the wrong core, gdb
> bugs, and so on.
ill keep it in mind for the next time, thanks.
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