Jan Kiszka schrieb:
Philippe Gerum wrote:
On Fri, 2007-02-23 at 14:34 +0100, Jan Kiszka wrote:
Attached with 3000 points (to play safe).
FYI: Switching prio-coupling off doesn't let it trigger anymore. Which
/may/ mean that it's related to this feature, but which may also mean
that this corner-case race is just far more unlikely in non-RPI setups
(and the effects Stephan see are all related to the same bug - hopefully).
To trigger you again, I just updated my Pentium M Notebook to 2.3.x svn
revision 2264, recompiled everything and gave it a try. (kernel 2.6.20)
Some runs of my already well-known software and the machine freezes
during shutdown. No oops, no backtrace, no error message. It doesn't
matter if priority coupling is enabled or not, when it tells me
'Stopping K Display Manager: kdm' the cursor freezes, that's it. My
colleague report's the same beahviour on his AMD SMP mashine. The
Celeron M crashes during reboot showing ugly backtraces like before.
Xenomai-core mailing list