Bug #1559

kernel trap

Added by phma almost 7 years ago. Updated about 6 years ago.

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This always happens when booting the 2.5.1 kernel I just compiled in normal
mode. It doesn't happen in safe mode. I can't get a kernel dump. It's a Dell
Latitude laptop.

ukphy0: 10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX, 100baseTX-FDX, auto
xl0: MAC address: 000bdb02db25
cbb0: TI1420 PCI Card Bus bridge at device 1.0 on pci2
cardbus0:CardBus bus or cbb0
pccard0: 16-bit pccard bus or cpp0
kernel trap 12 with interrupts disabled
Fatal trap 12 page fault while in kernel mode
fault virtual address =0xb23f
faultcode=supervisor read, page not present
sp 0x10:0xc089282c
fp 0x10:0xc089288c
code seg base 0x0 limit 0xfffff type 0x1b
dpl0 pres 1 def32 1 gran 1
eflags=resume IOPL=0
current process 0 (swapper)
current thread pri 12
kerneltype 12 trap code=0
Stopped at 0xc00fc42f cmpb %cs:0xb23f,%bh
kernbase(b0a,c053966e,b,0,c08928d8) at 0xc00fc42f


#1 Updated by phma over 6 years ago

Booting with ACPI disabled succeeds, so it's something in the ACPI code.

#2 Updated by tuxillo about 6 years ago


Is this still present? If so, I think we might need some more information, like
a dump or so.

Antonio Huete

#3 Updated by phma about 6 years ago

It is still present, and I still can't get a dump. The trap happens before the
kernel turns dumping on.

#4 Updated by sjg about 6 years ago

Can you get a dump if you load the acpi module after you have booted the system
without it?

#5 Updated by phma about 6 years ago

It doesn't crash. I'm not sure how to tell if acpi is doing anything.

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