Bug in yesterday's version

Matthew Dillon dillon at apollo.backplane.com
Thu Jul 24 00:56:13 PDT 2003

   I'll check them out.  How easy is the mount_mfs fault to 

   I'm a little worried about the INTREN issue.  What kind of
   PCMCIA card are you ejecting and what state is it in when you
   eject it?  There must be some sort of interrupt chaining issue.  Hmm.
   Perhaps it is trying to unchain the interrupt thread from inside the
   interrupt thread or something like that.

					Matthew Dillon 
					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

:Hi Matt, hi all,
:there is a bug in the detach path for net interfaces.
:net/if.c:274 calls in_control with td=NULL which calls
:suser. Can you either add a check to suser or change the
:call in in_control?
:Another problem is a "kernel: type 30 trap, code=0".
:Stack trace:
:INTREN(400) at INTREN+0x1a
:ithread_done(a) at ithread_done+0x23
:ithread_handler(a,0,0,0) at ithread_handler+0x70
:This is related to PCMCIA ejects as well.
:Third and last (ATM) issue is easily reproducable fault
:with mount_mfs.
:Joerg Sonnenberger

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