horrible lockups

root (root@fullof.blarney.org)
Tue, 18 Nov 1997 11:18:38 -0800

I have been getting terrible lockups I thought were attributed to my scsi
tape backup in only the 2.1.x kernels, but since I upgraded the libs
recently, have been only getting them a couple times a week (MUCH better
than before). And this is all the info I have:

Ooops: 0000

CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<6c2e6c6c>]
EFLAGS: 00010006

eax:6c2e6c6c ebx:c0543760 ecx:00000003 edx:ffffff03
esi:312d676f edi:00000000 ebp:c0107eac esp:c0107e8c
ds:0018 es:0018 ss:0018

Process swapper (pid:0,process nr:0, stackpage=c0107000)

Stack: c010b227 00000003 5479717 c0107eb4 fffffff8 c0688c2c c0688b24
00000003 c04d1b88 c01097e0 fffffff8 3ff92417 c274ed20 c0688c2c c0688624
c04d1b88 3ffffffe 00000018 ffffff03 c0167b33 00000013 00000212 00000000

Call trace: <c010b227> <c0107eb4> <c01097e0> <c0167b33> <c0167fd8>
<c0107f5c> <c0167545> <c0107fc8> <c0100008> <c015e518> <c0107fc8> <c0119f31>
<c0106000> <c0107fdc> <c0111050> <c0107fdc> <c0106000> <c0107fdc> <c010826d>
<c0108345> <c0106000> <c01001d6>

Code: lock from interrupt context at c0110613
unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at virtual address 6c2e6c6c
current->tss.cr3=00101000, %cr3=00101000