Description of problem:
After several attempts, I was able to install F11 to a Compact Flash card. When subsequently running an mkfs against a newly created logical volume or partition, I received an oops. Looking through bugzilla for some keywords in the backtrace, I found that there was one item that looked promising related to a problem with SELinux, so I disabled SELinux for troubleshooting.
The oops still occurs with SELinux disabled when doing mkfs or any major write/copy operation.
I have also tried booting with all acpi options off as suggested by an article linked from "how to decode a kernel oops" but mkfs still results in an oops.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Linux Kernel Version 220.127.116.11-217.2.16.fc11.x86_64
Steps to Reproduce:
1. boot system and login
2. generate IO
3. capture oops
The system crashes with an oops message. Message captured from serial console attached
The system should not crash during IO operations
System has been stripped to minimal config
New Gigabyte motherboard
New Corsair RAM - 4GB
New Phenom III X4 @ 3. GHz
System passes memtest
Created attachment 359132 [details]
Kernel oops captured while doing an mkfs
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