Sun Aug 30 01:46:10 1998
Recently, I've had a few panics on four dual P-II systems, 400MHz, Tyan
Tiger 100, SMC EtherPower II, 1.03 epic100 driver, 2.0.35 kernel.
Specifically, all four of the machines would panic simultaneously with
"skput:over someaddr:somelen", where someaddr:somelen was 2080f1c4:6232
for one of the panics. The fact that they did it simultaneously, leads me
to believe that something on the net (e.g., a giant packet) hit the
machines and caused the panic.
The systems are currently connected to a Xylan 10/100 switch, but also
had a panic when previously connected to a 3Com Fast Ethernet hub.
Has anyone else seen this? I've downloaded the 1.04 driver, but it
appears that the code is pretty much the same around the skb_put() calls,
so I'm not sure if this will solve my problem.
Thanks for any pointers.
// Steve Johnson, Systems Administrator
// Dept of Mathematics, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843
// http://www.math.tamu.edu/~Steve.Johnson/ Phone: (409)845-4267
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