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Re: FC2 Upgrade from FC1 - newbie needs help with 'kernel, panic' further info



Thanks Marc

not sure what you mean by the BIOS safe settings.

I did try the kernel params : acpi=off acpi=ht pci=noacpi

but still the same Kernel panic.

However, my actual trace info is different to the one listed at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=124329
:


Process swapper (pid: 1, threadinfo=f7d90000 task=f7d49630) Stack: 0000002b 00000000 c015a352 c02d4c80 00000000 0000002b c1997f84 c02d4c80 c17fd9e0 c014f6d4 0000002b c016e2dc fffffff4 c199aa18 0000002c c199a980 c1997f84 c199b580 c1997fb0 00000000 c016e31d c199b580 c199b580 c1997f91 Call Trace: [<c015a352>] simple_prepare_write+0x31/0x94 [<c014f6d4>] init_symlink+0x4e/0x10e [<c016e2dc>] init_symlink+0x0/0xd [<c016e31d>] sysfs_symlink+0x34/0x49 [<c016e49a>] sysfs_create_link+0xed/0x117 [<c01dbbc7>] bus_match+0x3f/0x45 [<c01dcc7b>] driver_attach+0x37/0x6a [<c01dce8d>] bus_add_driver+0x6a/0x81 [<c01dd173>] driver_register+0x28/0x2c [<c0199051>] pci_create_newid_file+0x15/0x1a [<c0199315>] pci_register_driver+0x4b/0x67 [<c032f0fb>] agp_intel_init+0x20/0x27 [<c0320659>] do_initcalls+0x49/0x97 [<c010029e>] init+0x0/0xe2 [<c01002bb>] init+0x1d/0xe2 [<c01041d5>] kernel_thread_helper+0x5/0xb

Code: 0f 0b 2a 00 78 90 29 c0 2b 0d cc 90 37 c0 c1 f9 05 c1 e1 0c <0>Kernel panic: Attempted to kill init!

After some searching

this is the same issue as reported at https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=124329


Steps to Reproduce:
1. Turn on machine
2. Insert FC2 disc 1
3. Select graphic or text install
Actual Results: Kernel panic.


Expected Results: Installation to proceed normally.

Additional info:

EIP is at acpi_ps_parse_aml+0xb2/0x1a4
eax: 00000000  ebx: c147cc00  ecx: c02b38c9  edx: 00000d60
esi: c147cc00  edi: c147bf44  ebp: 00000007  esp: dffd5f60
ds: 007b  es: 007b  ss: 0068
Process swapper (pid: 1, threadinfo=dffd5000 task=dfd47630)
Stack: 00000000 00000000 c147cc00 dffe0284 00000001 c01aa473 dffe0144
dffe0144
      c037e634 00000000 c01aa492 dffe0144 c01a84bd dffe0144 00000000
00000000
      c01a852e 00000000 00000000 00000000 c01a85e2 c01ae62d 00000001
000fc0d0
Call Trace:
[<c01aa473>] acpi_ns_one_complete_parse+0x6b/0x7b
[<c01aa492>] acpi_ns_parse_table+0xf/0x29
[<c01a84bd>] acpi_ns_load_table+0x6d/0x8f
[<c01a852e>] acpi_ns_load_table_by_type+0x4f/0xea
[<c01a85e2>] acpi_ns_load_namespace+0x19/0x34
[<c01ae62d>] acpi_load_tables+0xd9/0x139
[<c032ccc5>] acpi_bus_init+0x26/0x11b
[<c032ce1c>] acpi_init+0x62/0xb4
[<c0320659>] do_initcalls+0x49/0x97
[<c010029e>] init+0x0/0xe2
[<c01002bb>] init+0x1d/0xe2
[<c01041d5>] kernel_thread_helper+0x5/0xb

Code: 82 78 10 00 75 0e 80 48 09 08 8b 83 ac 01 00 00 c6 40 1c 01
<0>Kernel panic: Attempted to kill init!

-- I don't see any resolution yet, just the bug report.

Steve


Steve - I don't think anyone has given you the most obvious answer yet: have you set your bios to default "safe" settings? It seems to be an acpi problem - maybe a bios update or switch as much of the acpi stuff off as possible?


Hope this helps.

Marc



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