Re: Asynch I/O overloaded 2.2.15/2.3.99

From: Riley Williams (
Date: Mon Apr 24 2000 - 06:31:31 EST

Hi Andi.

On Wed, 12 Apr 2000, Andi Kleen wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 11, 2000 at 04:24:39PM -0600, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:

>> The Oops I am seeing on 2.2.15 while doing pure Linux AIO is:

>> Ooops: 0002
>> CPU: 0
>> EIP: 0010:[<8011358a>]

> Looks strange. 80xxxxxx is a user mode address. Seems it
> somehow jumped into nirvana.

Just a thought, but is that running on a system compiled for 2G
of RAM? If so, 80 would be a kernel mode address, if I'm reading
the code correctly...

Best wishes from Riley.

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