Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 57561
Kernel locks hard with own kernel, possibly NTFS related
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:38:44 EDT
Description of Problem:
I compiled my own kernel, using 2.4.9-13 source and 2.4.9-i686-smp as the
.config template. I removed a few components and added NTFS filesystem
module. After this I got a hard lockup in a few minutes of working with the
kernel - no magic sysrq, no ping from outside, ...
The original kernel (RH-compiled) works OK.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Quite reproducible, but I don't yet have a sequence that always crashes.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. compile the kernel with ntfs.o, use compiler from 7.2
2. try to mount a NTFS parition (partitioned under XP, if it matters), work
there a bit etc.
Abit BP 6 motherboard with two Celerons 433, 512 MB RAM, two EIDE IBM
disks, none of them on the HPT 366 controller.
Created attachment 40747 [details]
lspci -v output
Created attachment 40748 [details]
Apropos, I have a few USB devices, but none of them was operating at the time of
the lockup. There were no Oopsen or unusual messages in the log (or they did not
get the chance to get written).
Most probably a duplicate of Bug #56676. I trust I have searched the bugzilla
before submitting :-) - sorry. I am marking this duplicate and I'll submit the
next followups to 56676.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 56676 ***