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Old 03-30-2012, 07:34 PM
Buford Peek
 
Default Bug#666442: 2.6.32-41 Kernel Panic at boot up

Package: linux-image-2.6.32-5-amd64

Version: 2.6.32-41



I am getting a kernel panic on a subset of my machines on bootup. It usually happens on first boot and then when you reboot it, it boots normally..



I have also seen this bug once when I plugged in a USB thumbdrive. The kernel panic and happened almost instantaneously.




I am not running a stock config, so I have included my kernel config, module list, lspci output, and pic of the kernel panic.





NOTE: My hunch is that a patch may have broken this..with some preliminary testing I did the following.

I download the linux-2.6 source DID NOT patch the source packaged it and installed it on target machines and this problem did not occur anymore.



I also would like to add that this is not reproducible on every machine here..it only happens on a subset..I have tried to eliminate hardware configuration but came up with nothing.



thanks,

-Buford
 

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