Current rawhide - kernel 2.6.27-0.186.rc0.git15.fc10
At gdm startup, something goes wrong on my system. gdb gets started - presumably
to trace the problem - and then the kernel emits an oops in
The system is then soft-locked. 60s later I get a BUG: soft lockup from gdm-binary.
Unfortunately, since the system is locked, it's hard to get full oops logs.
Here's a summary of the soft lockup trace:
I'll try to get info on the original Oops, but it's tricky, since I only get 60
seconds to copy info down before the soft lockup BUG is triggered.
Here's what I could copy down in those 60s:
EIP: [<c045fa72>] get_utrace_lock_attached+0x5e/0x91 SS:ESP 0068:f2b89f44
kernel 2.6.27-0.166.rc0.git8.fc10 (the kernel currently tagged for F10Alpha)
does not have this bug.
The gdm crash that triggers this seems to have been brought on by an SELinux
denial. Booting with 'enforcing=0' works fine.
So can this be closed, or is it still happening?
Well, the kernel bug that was triggering this is fixed, so it's hard to tell if the gdb + utrace lockup is still around.
Still, I tried killing Xorg off while gdm was up (killall -SEGV Xorg) and nothing bad happens, and there have been plenty of other X crashes that didn't cause anything like this. So unless someone came up with a better way to reproduce the old trigger, I'd consider it fixed.