In article <200410122333.i9CNXw3P004264@...>,
Jeff Dike <jdike@...> wrote:
> Can you get a stack trace from the panic?
I've been unable to get UML to run with the 'debug' flag:
$ linux ubd0=/var/tmp/debian_sarge_root.img mode=tt \
con0=fd:0,fd:1 con=null init=/bin/bash debug
tracing thread pid = 11483
At this point, there are no 'linux' processes running and it looks as if
the 'linux' command has returned '1' as the exit code. It looks likes
the 'debugtrace' command is behaving essentially the same way.
An additional complication is that while trying to duplicate the
fix_range panic, I keep running into the 'read of switch_pipe ...' panic