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Subject: kernel oops with cipe 1.5.2 and 2.4.18 on sparc64...
From: Aaron Sethman <androsyn,AT,ratbox,DOT,org>
Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 19:27:30 +0200

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I got the following oops after twisting the arms of cipe to get it compile
at all on sparc64.  Is this a known issue with CIPE on sparc64? I'm
willing to hack it a bit if nobody is working on it.

Regards,

Aaron

Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel:               \|/ ____ \|/
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel:               "@'/ .. \`@"
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel:               /_| \__/ |_\
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel:                  \__U_/
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: TSTATE: 0000004411f09606 TPC:
0000000000452634 TNPC: 0000000000452638 Y: ffa00000    Tainted: P
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-sparc -a sparc
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: g0: fffff800116336e0 g1: 0000000000000000
g2: 0000000000625c00 g3: 03ffffdfffd3bb00
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: g4: 000000001e01f268 g5: 0000000000000011
g6: fffff80011630000 g7: 000000009737287d
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: o0: 0000000000631000 o1: fffff80000278000
o2: 0000000000000000 o3: 0000000000800009
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: o4: 0000000002003668 o5: fffff80012f0bde0
sp: fffff80011632e01 ret_pc: 00000000004e7470
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: l0: 00000000783e8dba l1: 00000000fb2f5731
l2: 00000000416c1607 l3: 00000000dcbac2f6
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: l4: 0000000000260000 l5: 000000006049c18c
l6: 00000000c7630324 l7: 000000005d4521da
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: i0: fffff80012ed46e0 i1: fffff80011630410
i2: 0000000002003670 i3: 00000000ffa00000
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: i4: fffff8001166c340 i5: 000000008a3e640b
i6: fffff80011632ec1 i7: 00000000004e7484
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[00000000004e7484]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[00000000004e75e0]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[0000000002001ef8]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[0000000002001f9c]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[000000000052506c]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[00000000004e3c70]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[00000000004e4c70]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[00000000004e4cf8]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[00000000004e5384]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[0000000000410534]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Caller[0000000000103400]
Apr 18 13:02:15 spankie kernel: Instruction DUMP: 8620c00a  8730f00d
8728f007 <d85a4003> 84234004  8420800a  d0032030  8530b00d  8528b007

>>PC;  00452634 <kfree+34/100>   <=====

>>g0; fffff800116336e0 <END_OF_CODE+fffff8000f62ab61/????>
>>g2; 00625c00 <sp_banks+1c8/200>
>>g3; 3ffffdfffd3bb00 <END_OF_CODE+3ffffdffdd32f81/????>
>>g4; 1e01f268 <END_OF_CODE+1c0166e9/????>
>>g6; fffff80011630000 <END_OF_CODE+fffff8000f627481/????>
>>g7; 9737287d <END_OF_CODE+95369cfe/????>
>>o0; 00631000 <uidhash_table+5f8/800>
>>o1; fffff80000278000 <END_OF_CODE+fffff7fffe26f481/????>
>>o3; 00800009 <_end+1948b1/19948a8>
>>o4; 02003668 <[cipdb]cipe_decrypt+88/120>
>>o5; fffff80012f0bde0 <END_OF_CODE+fffff80010f03261/????>
>>sp; fffff80011632e01 <END_OF_CODE+fffff8000f62a282/????>
>>ret_pc; 004e7470 <skb_release_data+90/a0>
>>l0; 783e8dba <END_OF_CODE+763e023b/????>
>>l1; fb2f5731 <END_OF_CODE+f92ecbb2/????>
>>l2; 416c1607 <END_OF_CODE+3f6b8a88/????>
>>l3; dcbac2f6 <END_OF_CODE+daba3777/????>
>>l4; 00260000 Before first symbol
>>l5; 6049c18c <END_OF_CODE+5e49360d/????>
>>l6; c7630324 <END_OF_CODE+c56277a5/????>
>>l7; 5d4521da <END_OF_CODE+5b44965b/????>
>>i0; fffff80012ed46e0 <END_OF_CODE+fffff80010ecbb61/????>
>>i1; fffff80011630410 <END_OF_CODE+fffff8000f627891/????>
>>i2; 02003670 <[cipdb]cipe_decrypt+90/120>
>>i3; ffa00000 <END_OF_CODE+fd9f7481/????>
>>i4; fffff8001166c340 <END_OF_CODE+fffff8000f6637c1/????>
>>i5; 8a3e640b <END_OF_CODE+883dd88c/????>
>>i6; fffff80011632ec1 <END_OF_CODE+fffff8000f62a342/????>
>>i7; 004e7484 <kfree_skbmem+4/80>

Trace; 004e7484 <kfree_skbmem+4/80>
Trace; 004e75e0 <__kfree_skb+e0/100>
Trace; 02001ef8 <[cipdb]cipe_decrypt_skb+658/680>
Trace; 02001f9c <[cipdb]cipe_recvmsg+7c/260>
Trace; 0052506c <inet_recvmsg+2c/60>
Trace; 004e3c70 <sock_recvmsg+30/e0>
Trace; 004e4c70 <sys_recvfrom+70/e0>
Trace; 004e4cf8 <sys_recv+18/40>
Trace; 004e5384 <sys_socketcall+164/220>
Trace; 00410534 <linux_sparc_syscall+34/44>
Trace; 00103400 Before first symbol

Code;  00452628 <kfree+28/100>
00000000 <_PC>:
Code;  00452628 <kfree+28/100>
   0:   86 20 c0 0a       sub  %g3, %o2, %g3
Code;  0045262c <kfree+2c/100>
   4:   87 30 f0 0d       unknown
Code;  00452630 <kfree+30/100>
   8:   87 28 f0 07       unknown
Code;  00452634 <kfree+34/100>   <=====
   c:   d8 5a 40 03       unknown   <=====
Code;  00452638 <kfree+38/100>
  10:   84 23 40 04       sub  %o5, %g4, %g2
Code;  0045263c <kfree+3c/100>
  14:   84 20 80 0a       sub  %g2, %o2, %g2
Code;  00452640 <kfree+40/100>
  18:   d0 03 20 30       ld  [ %o4 + 0x30 ], %o0
Code;  00452644 <kfree+44/100>
  1c:   85 30 b0 0d       unknown
Code;  00452648 <kfree+48/100>
  20:   85 28 b0 07       unknown

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