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RE: Kernel panic caused by ping -f & iptables problems...
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From: Mikael Starvik
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2002 7:38 AM
To: 'polto'; dev-etrax
Subject: RE: Kernel panic caused by ping -f & iptables problems...
This is a known bug that has been corrected recently. I have
attached the following files which should solve this problem
and some other problems:
If you are experiencing any problems during high network
load you should try these updates.
Behalf Of polto
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 6:06 PM
Subject: Kernel panic caused by ping -f & iptables problems...
i compiled the 2.1.0 kit and installed it on to the dev board ...
if i ping the dev board with "ping -f -s 3000 axis_ip" the kernel crash with
Aieeee, kernel panic.
always different process are killed one time it was grep, one time ipsetd,
ifconfig, swapper (pid 0 !!), or a script... He kill a random programm.. and
then kernel crash...
one time i had a strange error ... :
Linux 2.4.14 on a cris (console)
axis login:rot (with a mistake)
Login incorrect Jan 1 00:01:52 axis login: LOGIN FAILURE ON ttyS2, rot
axis login:cat /pro KERNEL BUG at
Login timed out after 60 seconds
(this time the system does not crash...)
the other problem is iptables... why iptables modules are not included in
the compiled version ?? and the kernel does not have iptables compiled in by