Subject: Re: Another panic!
To: John Klos <>
From: Timo Schoeler <>
List: port-macppc
Date: 05/25/2005 21:47:51
thus John Klos spake:
> I'm wondering if I might have some hardware problem...
> trap: pid 9913.1 (httpd): kernel MCHK trap @ 0x110fdc (SRR1=0x40009030)
> panic: trap
> Begin traceback...
> 0xd682baa0: at trap+0xec
> 0xd682bb20: kernel MCHK trap by ip_output+0x7bc: srr1=0x40009030
>             r1=0xd682bbe0 cr=0x24024084 xer=0x20000000 ctr=0
> 0xd682bbe0: at ip_output+0x730
> 0xd682bce0: at tcp_output+0x900
> 0xd682bd80: at tcp_usrreq+0x450
> 0xd682bdd0: at sosend+0x2e4
> 0xd682be30: at soo_write+0x2c
> 0xd682be40: at dofilewrite+0xc4
> 0xd682beb0: at sys_write+0x84
> 0xd682bed0: at syscall_plain+0xe0
> 0xd682bf40: user SC trap #4 by 0x41c43468: srr1=0xd032
>             r1=0xffffc560 cr=0x24002088 xer=0x20000000 ctr=0x41b53210
> End traceback...

did you dig into the (well known but AFAICS not yet solved) MCHK problem?

using O3 and altivec-optimizing options on gcc might fix that.


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