#14 kernel: bad: scheduling while atomic!

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nobody
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5
2004-07-04
2004-07-04
harisk70
No

When using MAC layer fragmentation by setting
FragThreshold through the proc on Air-PCI 350 and running
UDP traffic from one computer to another in ad-hoc mode
wireless and wired interface both crash on the receiver.

Running Debian testing/unstable

Linux 2.6.4 #1 Fri Mar 26 17:07:19 UTC 2004 i686
GNU/Linux

Stack Trace:

Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: bad: scheduling while atomic!
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: Call Trace:
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [schedule+1429/1440]
schedule+0x595/0x5a0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [timer_interrupt+42/288]
timer_interrupt+0x2a/0x
120
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [handle_IRQ_event+73/128]
handle_IRQ_event+0x49/
0x80
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[__down_interruptible+167/320] __down_interrupti
ble+0xa7/0x140
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[default_wake_function+0/32] default_wake_functi
on+0x0/0x20
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [scheduler_tick+29/1248]
scheduler_tick+0x1d/0x4
e0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[__down_failed_interruptible+7/12] __down_failed
_interruptible+0x7/0xc
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508671587/1069928280] .text.lock.airo+0xff
/0x1f4 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [scheduler_tick+29/1248]
scheduler_tick+0x1d/0x4
e0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508626106/1069928280] readStatusRid+0x32/0
x50 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508638142/1069928280] airo_interrupt+0x816
/0xfe0 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [handle_IRQ_event+73/128]
handle_IRQ_event+0x49/
0x80
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [common_interrupt+24/32]
common_interrupt+0x18/0
x20
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [acpi_os_read_port+44/73]
acpi_os_read_port+0x2c
/0x49
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[acpi_hw_low_level_read+94/163] acpi_hw_low_leve
l_read+0x5e/0xa3
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[acpi_ev_gpe_detect+131/275] acpi_ev_gpe_detect+
0x83/0x113
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[acpi_ev_gpe_detect+263/275] acpi_ev_gpe_detect+
0x107/0x113
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[acpi_ev_sci_xrupt_handler+17/24] acpi_ev_sci_xr
upt_handler+0x11/0x18
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [handle_IRQ_event+73/128]
handle_IRQ_event+0x49/
0x80
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [do_IRQ+143/304]
do_IRQ+0x8f/0x130
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [common_interrupt+24/32]
common_interrupt+0x18/0
x20
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508640261/1069928280] IN4500+0x2d/0x50 [ai
ro]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508643347/1069928280] issuecommand+0xfb/0x
2a0 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508646606/1069928280] transmit_802_3_packe
t+0xe6/0x130 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508627790/1069928280] airo_end_xmit+0x46/0
x110 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508628237/1069928280] airo_start_xmit+0xf5
/0x4c0 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508643897/1069928280] bap_setup+0x81/0x120
[airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[_end+508645081/1069928280] PC4500_readrid+0xf1/
0x210 [airo]
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [kfree_skbmem+36/48]
kfree_skbmem+0x24/0x30
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [__kfree_skb+110/240]
__kfree_skb+0x6e/0xf0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [packet_rcv+658/928]
packet_rcv+0x292/0x3a0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:
[dev_queue_xmit_nit+178/272] dev_queue_xmit_nit+
0xb2/0x110
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [qdisc_restart+98/304]
qdisc_restart+0x62/0x130
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [dev_queue_xmit+495/672]
dev_queue_xmit+0x1ef/0x
2a0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [arp_process+1271/1456]
arp_process+0x4f7/0x5b0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [netif_receive_skb+363/432]
netif_receive_skb+0x
16b/0x1b0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [process_backlog+127/256]
process_backlog+0x7f/0
x100
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [net_rx_action+116/288]
net_rx_action+0x74/0x120
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [do_softirq+149/160]
do_softirq+0x95/0xa0
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [do_IRQ+250/304]
do_IRQ+0xfa/0x130
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [common_interrupt+24/32]
common_interrupt+0x18/0
x20
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel: [system_call+0/48]
system_call+0x0/0x30
Jul 4 12:32:53 (none) kernel:

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