Description of problem:
Plugging in a konica KD-400Z digital camera (via USB) while the system
is running will result in a kernel panic after approximately 10 seconds.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Boot Machine Normally
2.Plug in camera via USB
3.Wait 10-20 seconds
Kernel panics and machine freezes
/dev/sda is abstracted from the usb device and made available as a
Stack trace and panic info will be attached
What I can get from the trace that has not yet scrolled off screen is
Call Trace: [<c0143e68>] kfree [kernel] 0x38 (0xc038fe30)
[<d0837f69>] usb_destroy_configuration [usbcore] 0x49 (0xc038fe40)
Code: 8b 41 0c 29 c6 89 f0 f7 73 18 89 c6 8b 41 14 89 44 b1 18 8b
Kernel panic: Fatal Exception
In interrupt handler - not syncing
Please try 2.4.21-12.EL. If you cannot find it, use the one from:
The kernel referenced above will not boot.
Stops after the message
"Total HugeTLB memory allocated, 0"
Do you have a non-smp version I could try?
I will need the kernel-source rpm as well to rebuild the vpnclient
packages if this kernel fixes the usb problem.
There's non-SMP kernel at the above location now, as well as
kernel-source rpm. Robert, please test 2.4.21-17.EL.
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