[Asterisk-Dev] Aiee,killing interrupt handler

Neha chhabra neha_51180 at yahoo.co.in
Thu Jan 22 02:48:04 MST 2004


We (a group of 4 computer engineering students,
including myself) have run 
into problems while trying to build a knowledge based
scheduler. Our project is due next month and we
desperately need your help.

We made a few changes in the linux kernel version
We are trying to log the states of the processes per
clock tick resolution.For that we have made a few
changes in the timer.c function of the kernel. Here we
define a log structure and we add the pid and states
of all the processes to the log structure.
In the exit.c function we are printing the entries
from the log structure corresponding to that process
which is exiting. 

After recompiling the kernel we rebooted the kernel
with our new image but it gave the following error.

Kernel BUG at slab.c:1131!
invalid operand:0000
EIP:0010: [<co137c98>] Not tainted
EFLAGS: 00013002

EIP is at (2.4.18-14)
eax: 000001f0   ebx: 00000001   ecx: 000001f0   edx:
esi: c14c6080   edi: 000001f0   ebp: 00000000   esp:
ds : 0018       cs : 0018       ss : 0018 

Process hwclock (pid:29, statckpage=c15f1000)
stack:00000001 00003286 00000001 c14c6088 c14c6090
c14c6080 00003046 000001f0
      00000000 c0138c0d c14c6080 00000180 000001f0
00000000 c15f0000 00000001
      00000000 c0126394 c14c6080 00000180 c0397980
00000001 00000000 00000001

Call Trace:[<c0138c0d>]   (0xc15f1f4c)
[<c0126394>]  (0xc15f1f6c)
[<c0126382>]  (0xc158188c)
[<c011516c>]  (0xc15818a8)
[<c010e47d>]  (0xc15818bc)

Code:0f 0b 6b 04 d0 82 2b c0 c7 44
     24 0c 01 00 00 00 89 c8 25 f0

<0> Kernel Panic: Aiee,killing interrupt handler!
In interrupt handler - not syncing

Can someone please help us regarding this? Any and all
help or suggestions will be welcome.  We'll be deeply
indebted to you.  If you require any further
information on our troubles (or about our project in
general) I will provide it as soon as possible.

Thanking u in advance,

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