Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 478951
Kernel panic message found while system is hibernating in RHEL5.3 GA snapshot 1(2.6.18-121.el5)
Last modified: 2009-01-07 08:30:57 EST
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We have discovered that this kernel panic message (see attachment) only happened under RHEL5.3,not RHEL5.2. But for RHEL5.2,there is a bug (Bug ID:476501) which is similar to the issue we encountered under RHEL5.2 before.We have investigated this issue by trying different user-mode(single/multi) and kernels.(see matrix table.xls)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Power on the system and boot into Linux.
2. Use "echo disk > /sys/power/state" to let Linux suspend to disk(S4).
or Use "shutdown -h now" to halt linux.(S5)
3. The symptom happened.
Fail to hibernate/Kernel panic message happened during hibernated process
System can power up via WOL through on board NIC without any error.
Created attachment 328256 [details]
The test result for WOL with different kernel/version
Created attachment 328258 [details]
Kernel panic message
Could we get some more information from you regarding this system? We would like the following for starters:
Output from the lsmod command prior to hibernating the machine.
Briefly describe the type of machine (desktop/laptop/intel/amd etc), please also include the output from 'lspci -v'
Can you verify that you get the same panic when shutting down the system (with "shutdown -h now") as with hibernating the system?
Will the system reboot (try with "shutdown -r now") without panicing?
Have you observed the same behavior using i386 vs. x86_64?
If this issue is urgent, and/or you require technical support, please open a ticket with our support department and provide this bug number for reference.
Looks a lot like the MCE issue resolved in BZ 467725.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 467725 ***