smbd fault

Bill Moran wmoran at
Thu Oct 25 10:42:04 GMT 2001

On Thursday 25 October 2001 13:22, Indrek Zolk wrote:
> Hello!
> What attitude should be taken about the following?
> fatal trap 12, page fault while in kernel mode
> wp_lock=00000002 cpuid=0
> fault virtualaddr=0x154
> fault code=supervisor read, page not present
> instruction pointer=0x8>0xc0271e58
> stack pointer=0x10:0xc6607be8
> frame pointer=0x10:0xc6607bf0
> code segment=base 0x0, limit 0xfffff, type 0x1b
> =DPL 0, pres 1, def32 1, gram 1
> processor eflags=interrupt enabled, resume, IDPL=0
> current process=369 (smbd)
> interrupt mask=bio <- SMP:XXX
> trap number=12
> panic: page fault
> mp_lock=00000002, cpuid=0,
> boot() called on cpu#0
> Using samba 2.0.10, FreeBSD 4.4 Multiprocessor Kernel. Is this my problem
> or Samba's problem and is this fixed in further Sambas, i.e. 2.2 or so?

Could be a lot of things.  Did you happen to catch a crash dump from the
kernel?  That would be very useful to pinpointing the problem.  If you don't
have a crash dump, follow the FreeBSD docs to set up a debug kernel and
capture crash dumps, then look into it and find out where exactly the problem
came from.

Bill Moran
Potential Technology technical services
(412) 793-4257

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