#163 Crash with Kernel panic: deputy_wait

Migration (51)
Gene Carter

I can reliably produce a master node panic. The
resulting console message is:

Process 4126(te), uid=6005, killed because it received
an unrecognized message type (0x0) from the remote site
where it was running
DEPUTY: Unexpected non-urgent request type 0
Kernel panic: deputy_wait

This occurs when I compile my program("te") with profiling
enabled. The compiler is gcc v-3.2.3. The master OS is
with kernel 2.4.26 and the 2.4.26-om1 patch applied.
The program runs fine for 1-2 minutes then the master
node panics only producing the message I listed above.

If it matters, the nodes are modified versions of the
chaos distribution that run the official 2.4.28-om1 kernel.



  • Gene Carter

    Gene Carter - 2005-07-22
    • labels: --> Migration
  • Gene Carter

    Gene Carter - 2005-08-02
    • priority: 5 --> 4
  • Gene Carter

    Gene Carter - 2005-08-19
    • priority: 4 --> 5
  • Moshe Bar

    Moshe Bar - 2005-09-26
    • priority: 5 --> 6
    • milestone: --> v2.6.9(openMosix 2.0.0)
    • assigned_to: nobody --> tab
    • status: open --> pending
  • SourceForge Robot

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    This Tracker item was closed automatically by the system. It was
    previously set to a Pending status, and the original submitter
    did not respond within 30 days (the time period specified by
    the administrator of this Tracker).

  • SourceForge Robot

    • status: pending --> closed
  • Gene Carter

    Gene Carter - 2005-12-08
    • status: closed --> open
  • Gene Carter

    Gene Carter - 2005-12-08

    Logged In: YES

    I'm not sure why this was closed. Did I need to supply some
    more information?

  • Florian Delizy

    Florian Delizy - 2006-11-26
    • assigned_to: tab --> mosheb
  • Florian Delizy

    Florian Delizy - 2006-11-26

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    Originator: NO

    I reassign it to moshe, moshe please tell us if this vuf is not relevant anymore.

    This is a 2.4 bug

  • Florian Delizy

    Florian Delizy - 2006-11-26
    • priority: 6 --> 3

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