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Old 02-04-2010, 08:25 AM
Sjors van der Pluijm
 
Default Kerneloops on clean install

Hi,

I'm reinstalling a system that has been running debian for at least 2 years.
Installation goes fine, but while doing an upgrade to squeeze it gives me
kerneloops (see attached document). I seriously doubt this is a software
problem. The system occasionally freezes and kernel panics occur.

Any idea where to look?

Thanks
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] ------------[ cut here ]------------
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] WARNING: at fs/buffer.c:1218 __find_get_block+0x16b/0x184()
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] Modules linked in: ppdev lp ipv6 powernow_k8 cpufreq_ondemand cpufreq_stats freq_table cpufreq_powersave cpufreq_conservative cpufreq_userspace ext2 loop snd_mpu401 ns558 parport_pc parport snd_via82xx gameport snd_mpu401_uart snd_seq_midi snd_seq_midi_event snd_via82xx_modem snd_ac97_codec ac97_bus snd_pcm pcspkr snd_rawmidi snd_seq snd_timer snd_seq_device k8temp snd snd_page_alloc soundcore i2c_viapro i2c_core button shpchp pci_hotplug evdev ext3 jbd mbcache dm_mirror dm_log dm_snapshot dm_mod raid1 md_mod ide_cd_mod cdrom ata_generic usbhid hid ff_memless via82cxxx sd_mod ehci_hcd ide_pci_generic uhci_hcd ide_core sata_via libata scsi_mod dock sky2 thermal processor fan thermal_sys [last unloaded: scsi_wait_scan]
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] Pid: 2058, comm: kjournald Not tainted 2.6.26-2-amd64 #1
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060]
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] Call Trace:
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff80234a0c>] warn_on_slowpath+0x51/0x7a
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff80270fe6>] find_get_page+0x21/0x54
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802ba441>] __find_get_block_slow+0xd8/0xe4
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802ba7d8>] __find_get_block+0x16b/0x184
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802ba80e>] __getblk+0x1d/0x206
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802bc6b4>] __bread+0x6/0x77
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa015de48>] :ext3:ext3_get_branch+0x67/0xd2
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa015e098>] :ext3:ext3_get_blocks_handle+0x95/0x8bc
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff80231a73>] check_preempt_wakeup+0xc4/0xf0
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8031dbcf>] rb_insert_color+0x61/0xda
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff80248c32>] hrtimer_start+0x112/0x134
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802290fc>] hrtick_start_fair+0xfb/0x144
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa015eb01>] :ext3:ext3_get_block+0xba/0xf9
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802b9c7b>] generic_block_bmap+0x37/0x41
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8029664f>] slab_destroy+0x3d/0x5d
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8029669d>] free_block+0x2e/0x122
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa0150907>] :jbd:journal_bmap+0x22/0x7a
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa0150a7c>] :jbd:journal_next_log_block+0x15/0x64
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa01515ed>] :jbd:journal_get_descriptor_buffer+0x13/0x78
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa014df14>] :jbd:journal_commit_transaction+0x51a/0xbf2
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8023cfbd>] lock_timer_base+0x26/0x4b
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8023d033>] try_to_del_timer_sync+0x51/0x5a
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa0150d2c>] :jbd:kjournald+0xc1/0x1fb
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8024624d>] autoremove_wake_function+0x0/0x2e
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffffa0150c6b>] :jbd:kjournald+0x0/0x1fb
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff80246127>] kthread+0x47/0x74
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802301c9>] schedule_tail+0x27/0x5c
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8020cf28>] child_rip+0xa/0x12
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff802460e0>] kthread+0x0/0x74
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] [<ffffffff8020cf1e>] child_rip+0x0/0x12
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060]
Feb 3 16:29:56 ygws02 kernel: [ 1563.107060] ---[ end trace 693141b782db7d26 ]---
 
Old 02-04-2010, 01:00 PM
Stephen Powell
 
Default Kerneloops on clean install

On Thu, 4 Feb 2010 04:25:13 -0500 (EST), Sjors van der Pluijm wrote:
> I'm reinstalling a system that has been running debian for at least 2 years.
> Installation goes fine, but while doing an upgrade to squeeze it gives me
> kerneloops (see attached document). I seriously doubt this is a software
> problem. The system occasionally freezes and kernel panics occur.
>
> Any idea where to look?
>
> Thanks

This is going to sound silly; but don't laugh, it sometimes works.
I used to have a computer that worked fine for about six months,
then all of a sudden, for no apparent reason, it just wouldn't boot.
It would get a SCSI error during POST and just wouldn't boot.
I took the cover off, removed all the disk drives and expansion
adapters, cleaned everything thoroughly, put it back together again,
and it worked fine. It would be good for about another six months.
Then the same thing would happen again. And again, another good
cleaning solved the problem.

In your case, you might also want to remove, clean, and re-seat the
memory chips too. Just make sure that there is no moisture present
before you reassemble everything. Everything must be clean and
dry. It can't hurt. And it might help. Maybe you'll be lucky.


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