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[panic] "Cheetah error trap taken" with Debian 2.6.24 kernel

Hi sparclinux devs (AKA David),

We got a report on the Debian Sparc list of an installation issue 
involving a kernel panic. The thread so far is here:
- http://lists.debian.org/debian-sparc/2008/05/msg00020.html
- http://lists.debian.org/debian-sparc/2008/06/msg00000.html
  (month split; both have follow-ups)

Alexander Vlasov wrote:
> Frans Pop <elendil <at> planet.nl> writes:
>> You could also try booting with BOOT_DEBUG=3. That will give you a
>> debug shell at the earliest possible point. If the crash still happens,
>> it's definitely a kernel or hardware issue.
> Haven't tried BOOT_DEBUG=3, but finally screenshoted the problem via KVM
> Here is it: http://zulu.in.ua/screenshot.png

OK, that seems pretty clear. This is still with the daily installer image, 

Let's ask the kernel developers for advice as this panic comes from there 

First lines of the trap (see screenshot linked above for rest!):

Cheetah error trap taken afsr[0010080005000000] afar [000007f900800000]
TPC[553f94] TNPC[553f98] O7[554274] TSTATE[9980001606]

The kernel is either Debian kernel based on (if the installer 
image is an older daily build) or (if it is a current daily).
Exact version can be checked if needed.

I've added the original reporter in CC for easier follow-up.


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