On Mon, 23 Oct 2000, Jeff Dike wrote:
> > I didn't change any of the configuration settings from the way they
> > came out of the box. I'm running with 2 processors, if that helps.
> Does this mean you are running it on a 2 processor SMP box or you turned on
> SMP in UML, got it to compile, and it panics when you run it? That first
> sentence seems to say that you didn't, but "running with 2 processors" is how
> I describe running a 2 processor SMP UML.
Sorry, I meant that my machine has 2 processors and that UML is not
compiled for SMP.
> If you turned on SMP, then I need to see the changes you made to get it to
> If you didn't, then I need stack traces from the panics.
Kernel panic: Kernel mode fault at addr 0x0, ip 0x0
#0 0x100ab9f1 in __libc_nanosleep ()
#1 0x100ab9b1 in __sleep (seconds=10) at
#2 0x100a0edb in do_idle () at process_kern.c:431
#3 0x100a0f76 in cpu_idle () at process_kern.c:457
#4 0x100e3307 in start_kernel () at init/main.c:591
#5 0x1009f948 in start_kernel_proc (unused=0x0) at um_arch.c:70
#6 0x1009f3a3 in signal_tramp (arg=0x1009f910) at trap_user.c:49
If you need any more info, just let me know. This is very reproducible.