Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 22942
Stack-dump before anaconda starts
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:30:23 EDT
ASUS P3V4X (VIA Apollo Pro133A Chipset)
Celeron 566 (overclocked to 700)
Matrox G400 Max 32MB
Tekram DC-390-F SCSI-controller
Teles 16.3C (ISA-PnP isdn-card)
Intel Ethernet Express Pro 10/100 Ethernet Controller
Pioneer DVD-U03D 6xDVD 32xCD-ROM (SCSI)
Yamaha CDRW 8424 (SCSI)
Every time I install I get a (?) stack-dump on the screen after the modules
are loaded, before anaconda is starting. Is this a known problem, or should
I try to clock down my CPU?
(The installation proceed as nothing has happened - as far as I know).
I will attach "syslog" containing the stackdump.
Created attachment 6765 [details]
kernel bug, assigning there.
Just saw a patch reporting to fix this posted to linux-kernel.
This defect is considered MUST-FIX for Florence Gold release
Tim, go ahead and add the patch (or attach it here) if it isn't
already in -ac4.
This seems to be fixed already in 2.4.0-0.99.