Now this is a bit odd. I'm running 1.2b7 on a 400 MHz PII generic_pc
platform with 192MB ram and 3 realtek NICs. Almost everything is
running smooth except that when I make a call using _one_ of my voip
ATAs (a Linksys unit from Vonage) but not the other one (from
Speakeasy), I very quickly and reliably trigger a kernel panic on the
router. I am not able to trigger it with any other load I have found
so far (heavy tcp up and down).
The panic message is below (copied by hand, sigh). The config.xml file
is attatched. I'll post more details as I try different things to
narrow this down.
Fatal trap 12 = page fault while in kernel mode
Fault virtual address = 0xC
Fault code = supervisor read, page not present
Instruction pointer = 0x8:0xC06087BC
Stack pointer = 0x10:0xCA391AE8
Frame pointer = 0x10:0xCA391AF4
Code segment = base 0x0, limit 0xFFFFF, type 0x1B, DPL 0, Pres 1, def32, gran 1
Processor eflags = interrupt enabled, resume, IOPL=0
Current process = 29 (swi1: net)
Trap number = 12
Debugging hints/tips are well appreciated. I've looked into it enough
to know that this is a fairly typical panic from a FreeBSD 5.3 kernel.
Debugging options to turn on in the bootloader??