Re: [Vserver] kernel oops

From: Tom Laermans <>
Date: Thu 17 Aug 2006 - 12:18:35 BST
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On Mon, 2006-08-14 at 06:11 +0200, Herbert Poetzl wrote:
> >
> > I tried to run with the 2.0.2-rc28 patch from
> > but it oopsed when starting init
> > (and it didn't go on anymore after that), with the 2.0.2-rc26
> > patch worked fine (which was for but only makefile had to be
> > adjusted).
> hmm? would be nice to get a view on the oops
> (i.e. either capture it with a serial console, or
> if that is not possible, take a picture or transcribe
> the text)
> > Perhaps it's something obvious... I'm doing this inside vmware.
> could be, we won't know without the oops :)

I figured, but at that moment I was on holidays - couldn't resist to set
something up on a virtual machine I was offered though ;)

I'm back now, here's the oops:

I don't know if there was something above it, it happens quite fast - if
you can tell me how to get a larger console (80x50 or so) I could try

It's an oops, not a panic, but as you can see Init "starts" but doesn't
do anything anymore after that. It's plain patched with the
available patch.

> > Kernel config available on request, perhaps even the kernel log (if
> > needed, but then I'll need to reboot into the new/old kernel) - more
> > info from sid3windr @ #vserver as well...
> okay, will look into it then ...


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