Bug 117565 - decoded to die_if_kernel kernel0x40
decoded to die_if_kernel kernel0x40
Product: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 2.1
Classification: Red Hat
Component: kernel (Show other bugs)
ia64 Linux
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Assigned To: Jim Paradis
Brian Brock
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Reported: 2004-03-05 08:47 EST by Ravikumar
Modified: 2013-08-05 21:04 EDT (History)
3 users (show)

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Last Closed: 2006-09-13 19:06:57 EDT
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Description Ravikumar 2004-03-05 08:47:59 EST
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Description of problem:
Customer has IA64 RX5670 server with AS 2.1 Installed.
The server get hangs/reboots with following panic strings.
Can you please help me for deconding the given strings and whether 
isit related to software or hardware and how to findout the same.
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call trace
e00000000 441 48B0
decoded to show_stack (kernel) 0x50
e0000000044150e0 sp=0xe00000408b47f950 bsp0xe00000408b4794d0
decoded to show_regs (kernel) 0x7c0
e00000000442f8d0 bsp0xe00000408b4794d0 bspbsp0xe00000408b4794a8
decoded to die
kernel 0x190
e00000000442f9a0 sp=0xe00000408b47f970
decoded to die_if_kernel kernel0x40
e000000004431140 sp=0xe00000408b47f970 bspbsp0xe00000408b479448
decoded to ia64_fault kernel 0xa00
<0>the kernel panic: not contiuning
in intrupt handler -not syncing

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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Panic strings appears on the console

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Comment 2 Drew 2004-10-25 18:39:56 EDT
I have the same problem occuring at one of our client's site. Same
kernel panic. It's an Itanium 2 node with 16Gb of memory. I need to
check if it's AS2.1 or not, but it's definately RHEL. 

   Call Trace: [<e000000004414870>] sp:0xe00000000495f810
> bsp=0xe000000004959410
>    decoded to show_stack [kernel] 0x50
>    [<e000000004415010>] sp=0xe00000000495ffd0 bsp=0xe0000000049593b0
>    decoded to show_regs [kernel] 0x7c0
>    [<e00000000442e490>] sp=0xe00000000495fgf0 bsp=0xe000000004959388
>    decoded to die [kernel] 0x190
>    [<e00000000442e560>] sp=0xe00000000495fgf0 bsp=0xe000000004959360
>    decoded to die_if_kernel [kernel] 0x40
>    [<e00000000442fcc0>] sp=0xe00000000495fgf0 bsp=0xe000000004959328
>    decoded to ia64_fault [kernel] 0xa00
>    <0> Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!
>    In interrupt handler - not syncing

Problem is periodic. Going to find out more and maybe swap memory. 
Anybody else have/fix this problem? 

Comment 3 Jim Paradis 2006-02-24 16:14:39 EST
You indicated in Comment #2 that this is a possible hardware issue.  Has this
problem persisted?
Comment 4 Jim Paradis 2006-09-13 19:06:57 EDT
Due to lack of response from reporter, I am closing this as WONTFIX.

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