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Ultra 80 and 2.6 Cluster Patch

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hi all,

we are running several Ultra 80's where only two of them crashed during the
reboot phase after the 2.6 Recommended Cluster Patch installation with
this message:

 fs/procfs:pr_allstopped() not defined proper
 panic[cpu]/thread=0x10404000: init_stubs 1

After some investigations we found out that the kernel patch 105181-35 is
responsible for this crash.
Since most of the 80's are (nearly) equipped identically any help is
appreciated to bring some light into this behavior.

TIA, Rainer
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That is directly related to the Kernel structues, which is not open source like Linux.  The best place to start looking is sunsolve.  Did a lookup on that patch and saw some errors and work arounds.    http://sunsolve.sun.com/pub-cgi/show.pl?target=home
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