This person's stack overrun can be seen at:
(search for dm_table_unplug_all+0x41/0x43)
It seems mainly to be due to XFS. Is there anything we can do about that?
Begin forwarded message:
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 09:37:44 -0600
From: Phil Dier <phil@xxxxxxx>
Cc: Scott Holdren <scott@xxxxxxxxxxx>, ziggy <ziggy@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Jack Massari
Subject: Re: oops with dual xeon 2.8ghz 4gb ram +smp, software raid, lvm, and
On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 16:17:25 -0800
Andrew Morton <akpm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> yow. The dread combination of XFS, LVM, software RAID and bloaty scsi
> drivers. Looks like a stack overrun.
> Can you rebuild the kernel with CONFIG_4KSTACKS=n?
Thanks for the suggestion.. I'm doing a burn-in right now with 8k
stacks, and so far, so good.
I'm building this system with stability and flexibility foremost in
mind. Am I foolish in using all of these technologies with a new-ish
version of 2.6? Is there a particular version that would be better
suited for my application? Any other suggestions you (or anyone else
on the list) could give regarding stability would be greatly appreciated.
Phil Dier (ICGLink.com -- 615 370-1530 x733)
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