Ooops (fwd)

Robert Szewczyk (szewczyk@CS.Cornell.EDU)
Wed, 26 Jul 1995 11:47:09 -0400 (EDT)

I have a pentium-s 90, with Award Modular Bios v.4.50G, Award Plug-N-Play
BIOS extension, PCI bus, 32 Megs of RAM, 1080MB EIDE HD, ATI turbo Pro,
3c503 network card, and a video digitizer board on PCI bus (the board is
IC PCI from Imaging Technology with AM CLR daughterboard, but I don't
have any drivers for it yet). I'm running linux kernel version 1.3.11.

The system is very unstable. It freezes every day, printing out different
messages: sometimes it is unable to handle kernel paging requests,
sometimes it just dies, even at the login prompt. I suspect it has
something to do with Plug-N-Play bios extension, but that's just a wild
guess.Here is the most recent crash report, it occured while I was logged
in remotely and was typing in a command:

Ooops: 0002
EIP: 0010:0012e090
EFLAGS: 00010206
eax: 0001f412 ebx: 001af01c ecx: 00000000 edx: 00000303
esi: 00016c82 edi: 01c43f28 ebp: 00000000 esp: 01c43ed8
ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 0026 gs: 0026 ss: 0018
Process find (pid: 2159, process nr. 25, stack page=01c43000)
Stack: 0028e380 01c43f74 00000004 01ce1000 00217540 00217540 001as7e8
00000004 001af738 0015d23d 0028e380 01ce1000 00000004 01c43f28
01c43f73 01c43f74 00000004 0028e380 00016c82 0012ac71 0028e380
Call trace: 0015d23d 0012a7c1 0012a9f8 0012aaf0 00127961 0010a6b1
code: 89 42 04 86 53 04 86 03 89 02 c7 03 00 00 00 00 8d 53 08 86