Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 83330
system hangs after Finding module depencies [OK]
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:50:35 EDT
I have a CD-ROM and CD-RW on hda,hdb and an IDE hard drive on hde ( asus a7v
motherboard ). Sometimes I also plugin another IDE drive on hdf.
After upgrading to kudzu 0.99.91 the system will hang after
Finding module depencies [OK]
is displayed ( next would have been checking filesystems ).
Booting from phoebe2 CD and selecting rescue will also hang the system after
hda: DMA disabled
hdb: DMA disabled
But everything works when I put the 2nd ide drive on hdf. When I installed
phoebe2 I didn't have this plugged in. I'll attach /etc/fstab if it matters,
there's also a message with
Updating /etc/fstab... FAILED.
Created attachment 89783 [details]
Created attachment 89802 [details]
updfstab failing is fixed in .92.
Hanging after 'finding module dependencies' in rc.sysinit sounds like possibly a
kernel issue. If you enable sysrq, what does sysrq-t or sysrq-p show?
I see fstab update failing on my machine
even with kudzu-0.99.92-1
What is the output of 'strace updfstab --skipprobe'?
Created attachment 89926 [details]
Output of 'strace updfstab --skipprobe'
Hm, that looks *exactly* like the segfault fixed in .92, and I can't reproduce
I see this on two machines out of three I run phoebe on.
The two have had a USB zip drive attached/removed if
that's of any help.
The crash or the hang?
The updfstab segfault.
Should this be a separate bug for kudzu maybe?
after upgrading to kudzu .92, the fstab works for me ( also booting with only
the first hdd ).
I'm closing this, Milos please open another on kudzu if you still have problems
( mention this bug # as reference )