ppc32 lockups with 2.6

Tom Rini trini at kernel.crashing.org
Tue Nov 11 07:32:53 EST 2003

On Mon, Nov 10, 2003 at 12:50:44PM -0600, linas at austin.ibm.com wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 06, 2003 at 10:34:26PM +0100, Christian wrote:
> >
> > as nobody seems to answer,
> >
> > yes, i know, if the problem does not occur to other people, it's not
> > worth fixing it. and PReP machines seem to be some kind of "exotic"
> > (read: outdated) anyways. but i don't have the skills fixing it :-(
> >
> > so, if at least someone could point me to something i might have
> > forgotten to look at, or how to get an oops message out of this here.
> > would be nice if it turns out to be a user-error only.
> I'd suggest getting the KDB kernel patches, and then poking around to
> see what the system was doing when it locked up.  What were the stack traces?
> does it always lock up in the same routine?  What line of code was it
> executiing when it did that?

It should be easier to get KGDB working here actually.  I know in the
not too distant past I've hooked KGDB up to my Powerstack for some
quick testing.

Tom Rini

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