[driverloader] stack overflow? (more info)

Phillip Heller pheller at lessjunk.com
Mon Mar 8 00:43:14 EST 2004

On Sun, 2004-03-07 at 21:20, Phillip Heller wrote:
> I'm getting a stack overflow that I believe is related to driverloader. 
> It doesn't seem to happen unless my wireless card is associated with an
> access point.

Here's a little more info that I dug out of dmesg before it was full of
stack traces:

eth1: New link status: Disconnected (0002)
dldr_thread: 4042 stack overflow
eth1: WPA, TKIP, WEP128, WEP64 supported
eth1: Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200 LAN Card Driver at 02:0b.0 (MAC address
00:0E:35:01:9F:F7) ready

after system up, I change the ssid since redhat-control-network sucks:

eth1: New link status: Connected (0001)
eth1: New link status: Disconnected (0002)
driverloader: ndisQueryInformation: 802_11_CONFIGURATION st=FAILURE W=32
eth1: New link status: Connected (0001)

After getting an address and passing some traffic, these starting
rolling in.

About 1 per 5 minutes.

do_IRQ: stack overflow: -564
ddce036c fffffdcc 00000000 e0ccdd00 ddce2008 ddce1bac ddce0658 c010d268 
       e0ccdd00 ddce06e8 ddce0914 ddce2008 ddce1bac ddce0658 000003fe
       00000018 ffffff00 e0d073e1 00000010 00000296 ddce0658 e0d0a5b9
Call Trace:    [<c010d268>] [<e0cb19d0>] [<e0cb1a94>] [<e0cba6e5>]
  [<e0cb1b69>] [<e0cb19d0>] [<e0cb1a94>] [<c0211554>] [<e0cab764>]
  [<e0cab730>] [<e0cb5591>] [<e0cb1a94>] [<e0cba6e5>] [<e0cba6d4>]
  [<e0cb19d0>] [<e0cb1a94>] [<e0cba6e5>] [<e0cba6d4>] [<e0cb63b9>]
  [<c011ee5a>] [<e0cb2f05>] [<c010752e>] [<e0cb2d18>]

Phillip Heller <pheller at lessjunk.com>

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