Hi Ian, On Monday 06 December 2010 11:10:40 Ian Campbell wrote: > On Fri, 2010-12-03 at 18:57 +0100, Jan Wagner wrote: > > On Friday, 3. December 2010, Ben Hutchings wrote: > > > It is probably filtered out of syslog because it has a low priority > > > level. 'dmesg' should show you all the kernel log buffer. > > > > attached you can find the corresponding part of the modprobes of the > > sysreq show state and the part of the boot dmesg where the oops > > occures. Please notice, that there is a huge time gap before mounting > > the swap. That's likely the part of booting, where i have the > > troubles ... I have also attached a screenshot of that part. Like you > > can see, there is a ^C needed to proceed at that part. > > Thanks for the report. > > I suspect that this issue will be resolved by this commit from upstream: > http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/jeremy/xen.git;a=commit;h=6832032 > 3a51c2378aca433c76157d9e66104ff1e > > I can do a build with this patch against squeeze/sid for test purposes > but it looks like you are running a .bpo package. Are you able to test > with a kernel built against squeeze/sid? Hmm ... As the system runs lenny and is hosted in a colo, I would say that could be a problem. I can even try to install the package via "dpkg -i", but I don't know if that works. At least I would try it, as I'm able to powercycle the box, if there is any problem. If the squeeze kernel doesn't work, maybe a patch against 2.6.32-28 could be applied to the source of the bpo kernel and I'm trying to rebuild it. Many thanks, Jan. -- Never write mail to <email@example.com>, you have been warned! -----BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK----- Version: 3.12 GIT d-- s+: a C+++ UL++++ P+ L+++ E--- W+++ N+++ o++ K++ w--- O M V- PS PE Y++ PGP++ t-- 5 X R tv- b+ DI D+ G++ e++ h---- r+++ y++++ ------END GEEK CODE BLOCK------
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