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Re: Network problem in mips

To: durai <durai@isofttech.com>
Subject: Re: Network problem in mips
From: "Steven J. Hill" <sjhill@realitydiluted.com>
Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2003 12:42:41 -0500
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durai wrote:

Sorry for the incomplete information.
My OS is uCLinux (linux kernel 2.4.10) . Whenever I start a high transfer
through the wireless interface the system crashes, sometimes it hangs
without any messages in the console. Here is the oops message.

No problem. You have a thick skin :). Let's take a look at things.

[SNIP]
epc  : 80f930c1
Status: 3000fc00
Cause : 00000010

What is the function at '0x80f930c1'? If the function is less than 20 lines,
go ahead a paste it in. If not, compile with debugging symbols, use GDB on
the kernel and do a 'dissassem 0x80f930c1' and show us the lines that way.

[SNIP]
Code:Unaligned memory access at 8020b780, address 80f930b5, PID -2142680720
( )

Well, you have an unaligned access, so hopefully we can see from the code
what you were trying to do. Looking forward to your reply.

-Steve


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