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|Philip Paeps||Feb 26, 2003 1:14 pm|
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|Andrew Gallatin||Feb 26, 2003 2:04 pm|
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|Philip Paeps||Feb 26, 2003 2:35 pm|
|Soeren Schmidt||Feb 26, 2003 11:16 pm|
|Philip Paeps||Feb 27, 2003 12:45 am|
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|Philip Paeps||Feb 27, 2003 1:40 am|
|Soeren Schmidt||Feb 27, 2003 1:41 am|
|Subject:||Re: Panic on boot?|
|From:||Philip Paeps (phi...@paeps.cx)|
|Date:||Feb 26, 2003 2:14:54 pm|
On 2003-02-26 17:05:09 (-0500), Andrew Gallatin <gall...@cs.duke.edu> wrote:
Philip Paeps writes:
I was doing that as I wrote my message. Unfortunately, the compiler takes quite a bit longer to compile an Alpha kernel than I need to type a short message :-)
And it was totally useless advice, because the PC is zero. sorry!
Not to worry :-)
Something followed a null function pointer.
Eek! So that's what that message means. Is there a 'quick primer on debugging kernels' somewhere to be found? I would find that _very_ interesting literature!
pc = 0x0 ra = 0xfffffc000038a7cc
Can you please find the ra?
fffffc000038a390 T ata_dmastop fffffc000038a5f0 t ata_dmastatus fffffc000038a690 T atapi_attach fffffc000038a860 T atapi_detach fffffc000038a9b0 T atapi_queue_cmd fffffc000038ac10 T atapi_start fffffc000038ac60 T atapi_transfer
If you have a kernel.debug, do
% gdb kernel.debug <...> (gdb) l *0xfffffc000038a7cc
Building one of those would take slightly longer than just adding DDB and DDB_TRACE, I think :)
If you don't have a kernel.debug, do an "nm -n /boot/kernel/kernel | less" and look for the address range that 0xfffffc000038a7cc is in.
The exact address wasn't there, but I pasted everything that was 'mathematically' around it above. Hope that helps!
-- Philip Paeps Please don't CC me, I am phi...@paeps.cx subscribed to the list.
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