Bug #621

panic with latest SYSINIT changes

Added by swildner over 7 years ago. Updated about 7 years ago.

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Description

Hi,

trying to boot with the latest SYSINIT changes, I get an early panic:

http://87.78.98.243/tmp/LPIC0025.JPG

I've tried with and without ACPI. The box is an old P3 laptop.

Sascha

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#1 Updated by dillon over 7 years ago

:Hi,
:
:trying to boot with the latest SYSINIT changes, I get an early panic:
:
:http://87.78.98.243/tmp/LPIC0025.JPG
:
:I've tried with and without ACPI. The box is an old P3 laptop.
:
:Sascha
:
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:http://yoyodyne.ath.cx

Try to match up those code addresses with the nm -n output from
the kernel binary:

0xc029b5cf
0xc029b45f
0xc0295ba4
0xc013f8bb

It looks like it should be something simple.

-Matt
Matthew Dillon
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#2 Updated by swildner over 7 years ago

OK, no addresses match exactly. The nearest neighboring addresses
(addresses in brackets are from the trace) follow:

..
c013f810 T btext
c013f879 t begin
[c013f8bb]
c013f8bc T sigcode
..
c0295b0b T mi_startup
[c0295ba4]
c0295c18 t print_caddr_t
..
c029b42c T module_register_init
[c029b45f]
c029b4f8 T module_register
[c029b5cf]
c029b60d T module_reference
..

Sascha

#3 Updated by dillon about 7 years ago

:OK, no addresses match exactly. The nearest neighboring addresses
:(addresses in brackets are from the trace) follow:

Ok. Looks like it is dying trying to add a module to the
module list, probably because the module list isn't initialized.

I found a bug with the EST module, it was using the wrong sysinit
priority. Try it now.

-Matt

#4 Updated by swildner about 7 years ago

Haha, indeed that was the bug. :)

While this laptop doesn't have EST, I copied the config from a laptop
that supports it and forgot to remove the option.

The box works now.

Thanks,
Sascha

#5 Updated by swildner about 7 years ago

Fixed by Matt.

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