I too have been experiencing this on a gateway for a DSL modem. The
backtrace is almost exactly the same. On this machine, the bug results
in an "Aieee: Killing Interrupt Handler". I have to manually copy the
oops, and as such I copied only the backtrace, and parts of it may be
incorrect. I've attached it anyway, just in case it helps someone.
I would really like to see this fixed, and so am willing to help
diagnose and test any patches.
> I've been repeatedly experiencing the same kernel panic. It happens on a
> computer that acts as an isdn internet gateway for my home network. Two other
> computers, that have the same kernel and NICs but don't do ip-forwarding have
> not crashed so far.
> * NIC: 3com 3c905B-TX (PCI)
> * ISDN: Teles 16.3 (ISA)
> The calling stack always looked pretty much the same (see Attachment).
> The panic occurs, when multiple internet connections are in use.
> PS: Please put into CC, as I am not subscribed to the list.
> I've skimmed over the last two weeks of the archive, but did not find
> anything that looked similar to me.
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