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Re: NetBSD xen dom0 kernel panic
In article <49C0957E.5050304%searchy.net@localhost>, Frank
>YAMAMOTO Takashi wrote:
>>> Good, I think that the that pools that are used in interrupt contexts,
>>> should be using pool_cache_<foo> not pool_<foo> like the signal does.
>>> Is that right? Can you try to make this change?
>> it's fine to use pool_foo in interrupt context, if the pool is set up
>> properly. however, this particular pool is not expected to be used
>> in interrupt context. it's possible to make packet filters interrupt-safe,
>> but imo it's better to fix bridge_ipf.
>> YAMAMOTO Takashi
>A temporary solution would be to disable BRIDGE_IPF ?
that will work.
>If any patches become available, let me know so I can test them.
Can you explain how to fix bridge_ipf? Processing the packets in a separate
thread does not really work - I think - because you need to say yes or no,
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