Re: Kernel unaligned instruction access
>>>>> "TF" == The Fungi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
TF> I'm running Martin's linux-image-2.6.26-rc9-r4k-ip22 version
TF> 2.6.26~rc9-1~experimental.1 on my Indy, and am seeing "subprocess
TF> dpkg-split killed by signal (Segmentation fault)" at random points
TF> during package upgrades, resulting in the following on the console
TF> (all with the same timestamp, omitted for brevity). Does this look
TF> like a kernel problem, or just good old-fashioned hardware failure?
TF> epc : 6775696c65332c20 0x6775696c65332c20 Not tainted
TF> ra : 6775696c65332c20 0x6775696c65332c20
g u i l e 3 .
TF> Stack : 6c69626775696c65 342c206c69626775 696c65360a446570 656e64733a206c69
l i b g u i l e 4 . l i b g u i l e 6 \nD e p e n d s : l i
This dump is full of ASCII strings, so it really looks like some kind
of heavy memory corruption...
And if you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there...