On 13-Jan-01 Alfred Perlstein wrote:
> * John Baldwin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [010112 18:56] wrote:
>> On 13-Jan-01 Jordan Hubbard wrote:
>> > I've actually been seeing this for about 2 months now but only just
>> > now got motivated enough to enable crashdumps and get some information
>> > on what happens whenver I try to use the printer attached to my (sadly :)
>> > -current SMP box:
>> > 
>> All the other traces show the kerenl having returned to an address that is
>> beyongd the end of the kernel (which causes the page fault) meaning that the
>> stack is fubar'd, so the trace isn't meaningful anyways. :(  Knowing how and
>> why the lpd interrupt handler trashes the stack is the useful info, and with
>> teh stack already trashed, I don't know of an easy way to figure that out. 
>> Suggestions welcome.
> printf(9)

Maybe if I had a printer lying around. :)  I can send jkh some patches to dump
out stuff, but I was looking more for suggestions on making sense of the
crashdump, not just brute-forcing it. :-P

> -Alfred


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