PANIC: page fault, but interrupts were disabled, ...
|Reported by:||stippi||Owned by:||axeld|
... Touching address 0x00000005 from eip 0x8005f5b6
stack crawl as follows:
... panic page_fault_exception int_bottom
insert_page_after find_page_candidate steal_pages vm_pages_reserve_pages reserve_pages cache_io <kernel>file_cache_read <bfs>ReadAt <bfs>bfs_read <kernel>file_read common_user_io _user_read pre_syscall_debug_done
<wav_reader>GetNextChunk <libmedia.so>ExtractorThread <libmedia.so>extractor_thread <libroot.so>_get_next_team_info media extractor thread_
Happened while testing certain Mindwork software under Haiku. At the point, the system was running for over 7 hours and downloaded over 4 GB of playback objects. The caches were utilising a good chunk of the 2 GB of memory, the player was just launching, so I guess the system was trying to free no more used cached pages to make room for the player.
Don't know yet if it is easily reproducable.