Summary:ASTERISK-09621: Zaptel Init scripts cause a kernel panic
Reporter:Peter Zieba (pzieba)Labels:
Date Opened:2007-06-07 19:12:18Date Closed:2007-06-08 13:30:44
Versions:Frequency of
Description:make config was used to generate the init scripts.

Upon running /etc/init.d/zaptel stop, console quickly fills with output.

"Not prepped yet!"
Scrolls wildly up the screen.

Is then followed by a kernel panic and the following line:
"irq 225: nobody cared (try booting with the "irqpoll" option)"

This information is only available from the console itself, and so I cannot copy and paste. I do have actual screenshots taken with a digital camera, back to back, which I will adding to this ticket.


Kernel: 2.6.18-8.1.4.el5
CentOS 5.0. Occured in CentOS 4.4 as well, if I remember correctly.
Dell Poweredge 1850 and 2850 both have identical problem.

This will either produce lots of output, or actually hard-lock the machine.
Comments:By: Peter Zieba (pzieba) 2007-06-07 19:14:07

Can provide console access to this machine, if desired, as it is only a test server. Screenshots of the crash will actually be from a similarly configured machine.

By: Russell Bryant (russell) 2007-06-07 23:33:28

This should already be fixed in the latest 1.2 svn.  We will be making a new release very shortly but you can grab the code from there.  If it's not fixed, please let us know.

By: Peter Zieba (pzieba) 2007-06-08 13:22:59

Alrighty -- I did have a few quick questions, however.

Will this be fixed in 1.4 as well? As per the ticket I opened, I'm not actually using 1.2.

Does 1.2.X Zaptel Work with Asterisk 1.4.X??

Is there a related / duplicate ticket that discusses this problem? I'm curious as to what went wrong -- I've never had a problem with Zaptel before.

Appreciate the information.


By: Russell Bryant (russell) 2007-06-08 13:30:43

Yes, it should be fixed in 1.4 as well.  i don't know why I only said 1.2.