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Old 10-26-2012, 11:04 AM   #1
Todd1561
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Interpret Kernel Oops


I'm running Debian Squeeze on an Iomega StorCenter IX2-200 NAS. All is well but after a week or so of normal running the NAS will randomly crash and need to be hard reset. By leaving an SSH session open to the NAS during the last crash I obtained the below oops dump. I have no idea how to interpret it, so I'm looking for some help.

The only parts I really recognize in the below is a reference to the apt-get package manager and the webmin service (miniserv.pl). The NAS crashes when I'm not doing anything with it so I'm not sure why apt-get would cause a crash. And webmin was only recently installed, I've been having this problem since before that.

Thanks,
Todd

Code:
Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.103150] Internal error: Oops: 817 [#1]

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.107349] last sysfs file: /sys/devices/platform/sata_mv.0/host1/target1:0:0/1:0:0:0/model

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.196407] Process apt-get (pid: 21890, stack limit = 0xc10cc270)

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.202703] Stack: (0xc10cdd70 to 0xc10ce000)

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.207171] dd60:                                     00000001 c00ee828 00000001 c00eec1c

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.215484] dd80: 0000000e c1334558 c1334558 c1334558 00000001 bf16f89c c1334558 00001000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.223794] dda0: c05e3340 c04e7c20 00000006 c04e7c20 cea2eddc 00000006 cea2eddc 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.232104] ddc0: 00000000 c00a87c4 c05e3340 c00a8dc4 00000000 ffffffff ffffffff 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.240415] dde0: cea2eddc c04e7c20 00000006 00000006 c10cde18 c00a8f08 00000000 ffffffff

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.248725] de00: 0000000e 00000000 c061d5a0 c04b99c0 c054c9e0 c05d04e0 c05e3360 c05e3340

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.257036] de20: c04e7c20 c05c2aa0 c05f0ae0 c04b99e0 c04e2080 c04b7d80 c05dfac0 c048b2e0

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.265345] de40: 00000003 ffffffff ffffffff 00200200 00100100 cd5db500 c10cc000 c10bb780

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.273656] de60: be8a8d88 c00a916c ffffffff ffffffff c2b2b380 cea2ed40 bf189658 bf189670

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.281965] de80: cea2ed40 bf189658 00200200 c00e1478 00000000 cea2ed40 c2b2b380 c00e05b0

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.290276] dea0: c2b2b380 c00dddd8 be8a8d88 c2b2b380 c03bcf04 c00df950 c10cded0 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.298586] dec0: c2b2b380 cd787780 c10cded0 c00d8f14 ceb97d80 cd5db500 ec4ccd1e 00000037

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.306895] dee0: cfaa1013 00000000 cf4f5c00 00000800 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.315206] df00: 00000004 00000041 00000000 cd714080 00000000 cf7089a0 be8a8d88 cd714080

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.323516] df20: be8a8d88 c10cdf30 ceb97d80 c10bb780 ec4ccd1e 00000037 cfaa601b 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.331826] df40: cf4f5c00 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000041 c00c81a4 00000001 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.340136] df60: 00000000 00000000 508841e0 00000000 508841e0 00000000 508841e0 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.348447] df80: cfaa1000 cfaa6000 ceb97d80 000421b0 be8a8d00 be8a8d04 00000026 c0028048

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.356757] dfa0: 00000000 c0027ea0 000421b0 be8a8d00 00042384 00065884 be8a8d00 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.365067] dfc0: 000421b0 be8a8d00 be8a8d04 00000026 000421fc be8a8de0 be8a8ddc be8a8d88

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.373377] dfe0: be8a8d00 be8a8ba8 400aa8d0 4030b26c 60000010 00042384 00000000 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 15:30:41 ...
 kernel:[373493.513384] Code: e1a01000 e59f000c eb0a305b e3a03000 (e5833000)

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.824772] Internal error: Oops: 17 [#2]

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.828885] last sysfs file: /sys/devices/platform/sata_mv.0/host1/target1:0:0/1:0:0:0/model

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.921092] Process miniserv.pl (pid: 28247, stack limit = 0xcf9e0270)

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.927736] Stack: (0xcf9e1d90 to 0xcf9e2000)

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.932205] 1d80:                                     00000000 c002f93c c00a06c0 cfa37654

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.940517] 1da0: 00000002 00000004 00000000 cf43ca50 00000005 00000005 00000000 c059bbc0

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.948828] 1dc0: 00000000 0adde30f c1325058 406e2000 00000000 c00b5324 00000008 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.957138] 1de0: 00000200 cfba7b88 00000000 00000005 406e2000 c059bbc0 00000065 000000e2

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.965448] 1e00: 00000000 406e29e4 c1325058 406e2000 c1320000 00000203 00000000 c00b63bc

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.973758] 1e20: 00000005 00000000 00000000 000169be 009808a0 000000e2 cebd5180 00000388

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.982069] 1e40: c1321018 0000037a c03b4280 c1325058 cf8d1d00 406e29e4 cebd5180 80000005

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.990379] 1e60: cf9e1fb0 cebd51b4 becf0c04 c002f014 3dccecc4 00000000 01edd5c2 000611ac

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397741.998689] 1e80: c03fb7c0 c0066a3c 5a99e8b3 00000000 000611ad cf9e1ec8 1f972880 1f972880

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.006999] 1ea0: 000611ad 1f972880 000611ad 1eff1eb3 000611ad 1f972880 000611ad c0069b68

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.015310] 1ec0: 1eff1eb3 000611ad 1eff1eb3 000611ad c03b6ac8 1f972880 000611ad c03b6ac8

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.023620] 1ee0: 00000000 1efeb535 c03b6a98 000611ad c03b08d8 becf0b28 00000005 cf9e1fb0

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.031930] 1f00: 406e29e4 40025094 00000000 c00271ec cf8d1d30 c003efb0 cf8d1d30 c03b4820

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.040240] 1f20: cf8d1d30 cf8d1d30 cf9e1f54 cf9e1f38 c003f0b8 c003ef74 000f4239 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.048550] 1f40: 009808a0 00000000 cf9e1fac cf9e1f58 c02b7e08 c003f018 00000001 c0086448

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.056860] 1f60: 00000000 00000000 00001b10 00000000 c0027ef0 cf9e0000 cea11600 cea11600

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.065170] 1f80: 00000000 c00cbb40 cf35b840 cea11600 0047c8d0 c00cbbe4 ffffffff becf0b28

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.073480] 1fa0: 40024de0 003ef598 00000015 c0027e20 406eb0b4 40361e18 000059e4 406e29e4

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.081790] 1fc0: 0000001f becf0b28 40024de0 003ef598 00000015 40025094 00000000 becf0c04

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.090101] 1fe0: 00000000 becf0b20 4000f124 406e29e4 20000010 ffffffff 00000000 00000000

Message from syslogd@bitties at Oct 24 22:14:50 ...
 kernel:[397742.182322] Code: 1a000005 ea000006 e5903024 e2430024 (e5903030)

Last edited by Todd1561; 10-26-2012 at 12:35 PM.
 
Old 10-29-2012, 08:01 AM   #2
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Anyone have any insight into this? Should I post it into a different area of the forum?

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Old 10-29-2012, 10:28 AM   #3
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Ask the mods to move it to Linux Kernel.
 
Old 10-29-2012, 03:02 PM   #4
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Moved: This thread is more suitable in <Linux-Kernel> and has been moved accordingly to help your thread/question get the exposure it deserves.
 
Old 10-30-2012, 03:44 AM   #5
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I'm not sure, but to me it seems to have something to do with the 'sata_mv' Marvell RAID/SATA driver. Maybe a newer version has fixed the bug. You may want to find out if it can run in AHCI mode, which will bypass this potentially buggy driver.
 
Old 10-31-2012, 08:31 AM   #6
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I don't think I have the option of running in AHCI mode, this is a pretty bare-bones Iomega NAS. Below is another crash log, does the line about kernel paging give any clues, I wasn't able to turn up anything of much use. Looks to me like the Samba daemon crashed. I was able to catch this one early and still get into the box via SSH, but generally once something like this happens it'll have a second crash after a short while and be completely unresponsive.

Code:
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.793521] Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 3ccf9d8e
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.800836] pgd = cf9f0000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.803553] [3ccf9d8e] *pgd=00000000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.807157] Internal error: Oops: 1 [#1]
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.811096] last sysfs file: /sys/devices/platform/sata_mv.0/host1/target1:0:0/1:0:0:0/model
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.819570] Modules linked in: ipv6 ext2 loop hmac sha1_generic mv_cesa aes_generic ext3 jbd mbcache raid1 md_mod sd_mod cr
c_t10dif usbhid hid sata_mv ehci_hcd libata mvsdio mv643xx_eth usbcore scsi_mod nls_base libphy mmc_core inet_lro [last unloaded: scsi_wait_scan]
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.843651] CPU: 0    Not tainted  (2.6.32-5-kirkwood #1)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.849106] PC is at free_rb_tree_fname+0x10/0x84 [ext3]
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.854465] LR is at free_rb_tree_fname+0x40/0x84 [ext3]
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.859801] pc : [<bf183aec>]    lr : [<bf183b1c>]    psr: 20000013
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.859808] sp : cf9f7ea0  ip : 00000014  fp : bedcd1d8
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.871343] r10: cec5a430  r9 : cf9f6000  r8 : cea22b80
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.876593] r7 : 3ccf9d86  r6 : 3ccf9d86  r5 : cea22b08  r4 : 00000000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.883150] r3 : cf9d9bc8  r2 : 00000080  r1 : cf9d9640  r0 : 00000000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.889708] Flags: nzCv  IRQs on  FIQs on  Mode SVC_32  ISA ARM  Segment user
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.896876] Control: 0005397f  Table: 0f9f0000  DAC: 00000015
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.902648] Process smbd (pid: 14708, stack limit = 0xcf9f6270)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.908595] Stack: (0xcf9f7ea0 to 0xcf9f8000)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.912980] 7ea0: cea22b80 00000000 cec5a430 cec5a4a0 cfa1b200 bf183d98 00000000 00000001
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.921202] 7ec0: ffffffff cea32000 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 c00db91c cf9f7f80
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.929425] 7ee0: 00000000 c10e5c00 cf9f6000 cf32f660 c005d6e8 cf9f7ef4 cf9f7ef4 00000000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.937648] 7f00: 00000000 00000000 cf9f7e48 00000000 2a90e9e0 bedcd7ec 00000041 00000001
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.945871] 7f20: bedcd58c bedcd7ec 00000008 00000000 00000002 cf6ba4a8 00000006 cfa1b200
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.954094] 7f40: 00000000 cec5a430 cec5a4a0 cf9f7f80 cf9f6000 c00db91c bedcd1d8 c00dbd1c
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.962317] 7f60: 342c0068 00000000 00008000 2a910a10 cfa1b200 c0028048 00000000 c00dbdb8
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.970539] 7f80: 2a910a10 00000000 00008000 00000000 00000041 2a910a10 00000000 bedccfec
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.978763] 7fa0: 000000d9 c0027ea0 2a910a10 00000000 00000018 2a910a10 00008000 00000000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.986986] 7fc0: 2a910a10 00000000 bedccfec 000000d9 2a9109fc 2a65eb44 00000000 bedcd1d8
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42629.995209] 7fe0: 2a84c248 bedccf80 40357ca4 40357bc8 60000010 00000018 00000000 00000000
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42630.003483] [<bf183aec>] (free_rb_tree_fname+0x10/0x84 [ext3]) from [<bf183d98>] (ext3_readdir+0x134/0x6c4 [ext3])
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42630.013917] [<bf183d98>] (ext3_readdir+0x134/0x6c4 [ext3]) from [<c00dbd1c>] (vfs_readdir+0x80/0xb8)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42630.023110] [<c00dbd1c>] (vfs_readdir+0x80/0xb8) from [<c00dbdb8>] (sys_getdents64+0x64/0xb4)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42630.031690] [<c00dbdb8>] (sys_getdents64+0x64/0xb4) from [<c0027ea0>] (ret_fast_syscall+0x0/0x28)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42630.040614] Code: e92d41f0 e1a08000 e5907000 ea000019 (e5976008)
Oct 30 20:21:03 bitties kernel: [42630.046835] ---[ end trace d8c6fa757000fe1f ]---
 
  


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