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Re: Kernel crash on yosemite

To: TheNop <TheNop@gmx.net>
Subject: Re: Kernel crash on yosemite
From: Ralf Baechle <ralf@linux-mips.org>
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 10:54:01 +0000
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On Tue, Feb 08, 2005 at 08:20:38AM +0100, TheNop wrote:

> I'm sorry, but all the discussion on this thread did'n help me to solve 
> my problem. Since more than a month I'm waitig to get a yosemite board 
> with 1.2 version. This still stops my development, when I can't use the 
> yosemite with 1.1 version.
> 
> In another therad we discuss to create a patch (slowpath) for the titan 
> version 1.1. the patch I apply to the the newer kernel sources 
> (2.6.11.rc1) but, I have the same problems. So I think the problem could 
> be the slowpath thing.
> 
> Have anybody an idee how to figure out what could be the problem when I 
> make "cp foo foo1" (foo is a lage file ~3,5 Mb)?

A network driver bug in the 2.6 Titan driver which I recently fixes was
that the allocated receive and transmit rings were allocated overlapping
which was causing havoc.

Yosemite w/ Titan 1.1 was suffering from unexplained system freezes for me;
a more recent board with Titan 1.2 is very stable.

  Ralf

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