Linux based router Kernel Panic (2.6.23 - 2.6.26-rc9) - Kernel

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  1. Linux based router Kernel Panic (2.6.23 - 2.6.26-rc9)

    Hello,

    I've got Linux based router (Intel Xeon 3060 + Intel S3200SH ServerBoard
    with 2x1GbE NIC) which make NAT and QoS for 2000+ computers. Usually
    past 4-8 days of uptime I've got Kernel Panic. I try 2.6.23-2.6.26-rc9
    kernels). Here is photo of Kernel Panic:
    http://www.sor.osiris.czest.pl/dsc02009.jpg


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  2. Re: Linux based router Kernel Panic (2.6.23 - 2.6.26-rc9)

    On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 04:39:35PM +0200, Daniel Kubiak wrote:
    > I've got Linux based router (Intel Xeon 3060 + Intel S3200SH ServerBoard
    > with 2x1GbE NIC) which make NAT and QoS for 2000+ computers. Usually past
    > 4-8 days of uptime I've got Kernel Panic. I try 2.6.23-2.6.26-rc9 kernels).
    > Here is photo of Kernel Panic: http://www.sor.osiris.czest.pl/dsc02009.jpg


    Enable CONFIG_KALLSYMS and CONFIG_DEBUG_BUGVERBOSE next time.

    Or you can grab vmlinux of that kernel and decipher addresses by hand.

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  3. Re: Linux based router Kernel Panic (2.6.23 - 2.6.26-rc9)

    On 07/21/2008 09:40 PM, Daniel Kubiak wrote:
    > Alexey Dobriyan pisze:
    >> Enable CONFIG_KALLSYMS and CONFIG_DEBUG_BUGVERBOSE next time.
    >>
    >> Or you can grab vmlinux of that kernel and decipher addresses by hand.
    >>

    > I've got CONFIG_KALLSYMS and CONFIG_DEBUG_BUGVERBOSE set to yes, here is
    > my kernel config http://www.sor.osiris.czest.pl/config-2.6.26-rc9-nat2


    Could you provide also System.map?
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  4. Re: Linux based router Kernel Panic (2.6.23 - 2.6.26-rc9)

    Alexey Dobriyan pisze:
    > Enable CONFIG_KALLSYMS and CONFIG_DEBUG_BUGVERBOSE next time.
    >
    > Or you can grab vmlinux of that kernel and decipher addresses by hand.
    >

    I've got CONFIG_KALLSYMS and CONFIG_DEBUG_BUGVERBOSE set to yes, here is
    my kernel config http://www.sor.osiris.czest.pl/config-2.6.26-rc9-nat2


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