Re: notifier chain problem? (was Re: 2.6.17-rc1 did break XFS)

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>>>>> "David" == David Chinner <[email protected]> writes:

David> On Thu, Apr 13, 2006 at 07:21:45AM +0200, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
David> It looks like we landed on top of a a notifier call chain
David> implementation change in -rc1. However, this should not matter
David> to XFS because the interface to register_cpu_notifier() did not
David> change and XFS is completely abstracted away from the notifier
David> chain implementation. We do:


Looks strange, the faulting address is in the same region as the
eip. I am not that strong on x86 layouts, so I am not sure whether
0x78xxxxxx is the kernel's mapping or it's module space. Almost looks
like something else had registered a notifier and then gone away
without unregistering it.

Herbert, any chance you can make the complete boot log up to the point
where it crashes, as well as a and your .config available?
(probably not posted to all the lists :)


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