[PlanetCCRMA] Fw: [Bug 773170] [abrt] kernel: BUG: MAX_STACK_TRACE_ENTRIES too low!

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Jan 11 10:23:29 PST 2012

On 01/11/2012 06:25 AM, William M. Quarles wrote:
> I didn't realize the rt kernel was set as default (seems out of protocol  for
> new kernel to take default away from existing kernel),

I don't quite follow. What do you mean by "out of protocol"? If you have 
the Planet CCRMA rt kernel, it is because you either installed it 
manually with yum (after adding the Planet CCRMA repositories), or 
installed the planetccrma-core package that brings it in. If you do that 
of course it becomes the default! (but you can still can boot the 
original Fedora kernel if you so desire). One of the goals of Planet 
CCRMA is to add the rt kernel and associated utilities for best rt 

> but here is  bug #2 I found last night.

Thanks. I see that this was automatically gathered by abrt... It would 
also be best to  cc' the linux-rt-users at vger.kernel.org mailing list on 
rt bug reports, those are the gurus that can solve rt related problems :-)

-- Fernando

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> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=773170
> Josh Boyer<jwboyer at redhat.com>  changed:
>             What    |Removed                     |Added
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
>               Status|NEW                         |CLOSED
>           Resolution|                            |NOTABUG
>          Last Closed|                            |2012-01-11 09:02:15
> --- Comment #1 from Josh Boyer<jwboyer at redhat.com>  2012-01-11 09:02:15 EST ---
> This seems to have been hit with a hand build -rt kernel.  Fedora doesn't build
> or support that, so you'll need to take this up with upstream.

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