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Re: weirdo panic

From: Thomas Schwinge
Subject: Re: weirdo panic
Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 12:40:16 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/


How can I tell GNU Mach _not_ to reboot the system on this ...

On Sun, Oct 31, 2004 at 09:49:25PM +0100, Alfred M. Szmidt wrote:
> While compiling libc I got the following panic (note that I wasn't
> doing any funky things at all, just had libc compiling):
> Kernel General protection trap, eip 0x1403b8
> kernel trap, type 13, code = 14
> Dump of i386_saved_state 15d1cf28:
> EAX 00000017 EBX 0000000d ECX 15d1cfff EDX 0000001c
> ESI 010d96d3 EDI 14ea6a30 EBP 15d1cf98 ESP 0013e0eb
> CS 0008 SS 96d3 DS 0010 ES 0010 FS 001f GS 0027
> v86:            DS 6000 ES 0017 FS 0005 GS 0005
> EIP 001403b8 EFLAHS 00010202
> trapno 13: General protection, error 00000014
> panic: trap
> In tight loop: hit ctl-alt-del to reboot

... type of problem?

I'm probably getting the same error while trying to build glibc, too,
and can reproduce it -- but I couldn't write down the error message,
because the system immediatelly rebooted.

How can I help to debug this?
Shall I recompile GNU Mach with the patch Roland posted in this thread?

I'm running Debian GNU/Hurd K8.


The error from above and GNU Mach's shutdown message "init: notifying
[...] of shutdown... halting Mach (flags 0x8)...
In thight loop: hiy ctl-alt-del to reboot" won't show up on my screen if
I have '/hurd/console ...' running.
Shouldn't these messages get passed through?

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