Trap 14 on ODT3.0 on HP PentPro 200

Trap 14 on ODT3.0 on HP PentPro 200

Post by erenio_rei.. » Tue, 08 Jul 1997 04:00:00



Here's the trace output:

Quote:> trace

STACK TRACE FOR PROCESS 3:
STKADDR   FRAMEPTR  FUNCTION  POSSIBLE ARGUMENTS
e0000d7c  e0000db8  prf_task (e,f0ff7ca8,1,1)
e0000dc0  e0000dd8  cmn_err  (3,f010531c,e,f1368168)
e0000de0  e0000e08  k_trap   (e0000e14)
Trap e    e0000e14  cmntrap  from f00c4928 in bdflush
  ax:fffeeca8 cx:       0 dx:       0 bx:     3e8 fl:    10283 ds: 160 fs:   0
  sp:e0000e44 bp:e0000e78 si:f1368168 di:f0ff7ca8 err:       0 es: 160 gs:   0
e0000e1c  e0000e78  bdflush  (0,0,0,0)

The system is really always had errors ever since get switched it to a Pentium
Pro.  Before,  we had run on a DEC 486/33 for years, very solidly.

                                Thanks...E.Reiner

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Subject: Re: Trap 14 on  ODT3.0 on HP PentPro 200

Date:    7/4/97 6:24 AM


>   I am running ODT 3.0 on an HP VectraVA 200 MHz.  The system is dying about
>   once a week.  Here is the results on a crash , panic command:

>   ******************************************************************

>   dumpfile = /dev/swap, namelist = /unix, outfile = stdout
>   > System Messages:

>   mem: total = 32380k, kernel = 7208k, user = 25172k

>   Panic String: k_trap - Kernel mode trap type 0x%x

>   Kernel Trap. Kernel Registers saved at e0000e14
>   ERR=0, TRAPNO=14
>   cs:eip=0158:f00c4928 Flags=10283
>   ds = 0160   es = 0160   fs = 0000   gs = 0000
>   esi= f1368168   edi= f0ff7ca8   ebp= e0000e78   esp= e0000e44
>   eax= fffeeca8   ebx= 000003e8   ecx= 00000000   edx= 00000000

>   Kernel Stack before Trap:
>   STKADDR   FRAMEPTR  FUNCTION  POSSIBLE ARGUMENTS
>   e0000e44  e0000e78  bdflush  (44a990,0,0,0)

Would you also run the crash "trace" command?  And try to write down on
paper what is printed on the screen at the time of the panic.  The above
traceback is too short to do much with.

Somewhere, from one of those sources, I hope to see a value for the
register CR2, which is the address which was being accessed when the
panic occurred.

Other details: was the system running without error for a while, then
this started happening?  Or is it a new install and has been doing this
since first installed?  If it just started happening -- what did you
change just before?

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Trap 14 on ODT3.0 on HP PentPro 200

Post by Bela Lubki » Thu, 10 Jul 1997 04:00:00



> >   I am running ODT 3.0 on an HP VectraVA 200 MHz.  The system is dying about
> >   once a week.

> Here's the trace output:

> > trace

> STACK TRACE FOR PROCESS 3:
> STKADDR   FRAMEPTR  FUNCTION  POSSIBLE ARGUMENTS
> e0000d7c  e0000db8  prf_task (e,f0ff7ca8,1,1)
> e0000dc0  e0000dd8  cmn_err  (3,f010531c,e,f1368168)
> e0000de0  e0000e08  k_trap   (e0000e14)
> Trap e    e0000e14  cmntrap  from f00c4928 in bdflush
>   ax:fffeeca8 cx:       0 dx:       0 bx:     3e8 fl:    10283 ds: 160 fs:   0
>   sp:e0000e44 bp:e0000e78 si:f1368168 di:f0ff7ca8 err:       0 es: 160 gs:   0
> e0000e1c  e0000e78  bdflush  (0,0,0,0)

> The system is really always had errors ever since get switched it to a Pentium
> Pro.  Before,  we had run on a DEC 486/33 for years, very solidly.

Ok, so that's what changed.  There is something wrong with the hardware
on the new machine.  It might be bad RAM, bad cache, something wrong
with the host adapter, etc.

Run hardware diagnostics.

Try swapping out parts if the diagnostics don't identify the failing
hardware.

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1. Trap 14 on ODT3.0 on HP PentPro 200

  Hello,

  I am running ODT 3.0 on an HP VectraVA 200 MHz.  The system is dying about
  once a week.  Here is the results on a crash , panic command:

  ******************************************************************

  dumpfile = /dev/swap, namelist = /unix, outfile = stdout
  > System Messages:

  mem: total = 32380k, kernel = 7208k, user = 25172k

  Panic String: k_trap - Kernel mode trap type 0x%x

  Kernel Trap. Kernel Registers saved at e0000e14
  ERR=0, TRAPNO=14
  cs:eip=0158:f00c4928 Flags=10283
  ds = 0160   es = 0160   fs = 0000   gs = 0000
  esi= f1368168   edi= f0ff7ca8   ebp= e0000e78   esp= e0000e44
  eax= fffeeca8   ebx= 000003e8   ecx= 00000000   edx= 00000000

  Kernel Stack before Trap:
  STKADDR   FRAMEPTR  FUNCTION  POSSIBLE ARGUMENTS
  e0000e44  e0000e78  bdflush  (44a990,0,0,0)
  >

  ******************************************************************

   I would really  appreciate any suggestions to  correct this problem.

        Thanks...E.Reiner

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