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Does this Kernel panic look like a hardware or software issue?

Asked by benseven (3179points) October 28th, 2008

Here’s the log from a kernel panic that has occured a few times over the last week or two, and it’s starting to bug me. Any ideas?

Macbook w/ OS 10.5.5 Leopard

Tue Oct 28 11:29:39 2008
Panic: Unresponsive processor
EAX: 0×00300600, EBX: 0×03dfb000, ECX: 0×31333934, EDX: 0×0816a172
CR2: 0×00108e4c, EBP: 0×00108e98, ESI: 0×2e535000, EDI: 0×00000001
EFL: 0×00000082, EIP: 0×00866da8, CS: 0×00000008, DS: 0×00100010
Backtrace (CPU 0), Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)
0×108da8 : 0×1af85c (0×50ff344 0×50ff358 0×2bd88a 0×6)
0×108dc8 : 0×447f78 (0×2 0×108e18 0xc2c 0×0)
0×108e08 : 0×19f1fb (0×108e18 0×1 0xe 0×48)
0×108e98 : 0×866ea8 (0×3dfb000 0×3e37880 0×108f28 0×3dff800)
0×108eb8 : 0×422c3b (0×3dfb000 0×3e37880 0×3cc5f80 0×3d21000)
0×108ef8 : 0×437e99 (0×3e37880 0×0 0×3de1380 0×0)
0×108f28 : 0xa22521 (0×3dfeb00 0×0 0×3dfeb00 0×0)
0×108f58 : 0×888777 (0×3d98f00 0×0 0×3d8eb00 0×53)
0×108f78 : 0×881c41 (0×3d22400 0×0 0×3d8eb00 0×53)
0×108f98 : 0×447f9f (0×3d8e680 0×0 0×3d8e600 0×53)
Backtrace continues…
Kernel loadable modules in backtrace (with dependencies):
com.apple.driver.AppleFWOHCI(3.4.4)@0×860000—>0×87ffff
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOFireWireFamily(3.4.4)@0×821000
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.4.1)@0×5c1000
com.apple.driver.AppleAPIC(1.2.0)@0xa21000—>0xa23fff
com.apple.driver.AppleACPIPlatform(1.2.1)@0×880000—>0×8bcfff
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.4.1)@0×5c1000
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOACPIFamily(1.2.0)@0×629000
Kernel loadable modules in backtrace (with dependencies):
com.apple.driver.AppleFWOHCI(3.4.4)@0×860000—>0×87ffff
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOFireWireFamily(3.4.4)@0×821000
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.4.1)@0×5c1000

BSD process name corresponding to current thread: Adobe Photoshop

Mac OS version:
9F33

Kernel version:
Darwin Kernel Version 9.5.0: Wed Sep 3 11:29:43 PDT 2008; root:xnu-1228.7.58~1/RELEASE_I386
System model name: MacBook1,1 (Mac-F4208CC8)
panic(cpu 1 caller 0×00193077): “pmap_flush_tlbs() timeout: ” “cpu(s) failing to respond to interrupts, pmap=0×536500 cpus_to_respond=0×1”@/SourceCache/xnu/xnu-1228.7.58/osfmk/i386/pmap.c:4580
Backtrace (CPU 1), Frame : Return Address (4 potential args on stack)
0×342ab4b8 : 0×12b0fa (0×459234 0×342ab4ec 0×133243 0×0)
0×342ab508 : 0×193077 (0×45f3a4 0×536500 0×1 0×0)
0×342ab578 : 0×19420b (0×536500 0×2cf90000 0×0 0×122f7)
0×342ab618 : 0×17406f (0×122f7 0×0 0×1 0×6565070)
0×342ab6b8 : 0×169e3a (0×6c83348 0×0 0×0 0×1000)
0×342ab7d8 : 0×16a437 (0×2cf91000 0×0 0×0 0×0)
0×342ab818 : 0×1824c7 (0×16b7d20 0×2cf90000 0×0 0×2cf91000)
0×342ab878 : 0×42d220 (0×16b7d20 0×2cf90000 0×0 0×1000)
0×342ab8d8 : 0×42d284 (0×91d5900 0×16b7f78 0×69f3180 0×0)
0×342ab8f8 : 0×42d375 (0×69f3180 0×50 0×1 0×0)
0×342ab918 : 0×42d34c (0×69f3180 0×0 0×2 0×0)
0×342ab938 : 0×3eb7f9 (0×69f3180 0×0 0×4 0×1658)
0×342ab958 : 0xc3e990 (0×69f3180 0×85f3d00 0×342ab9a8 0×420)
0×342ab9a8 : 0xc407f9 (0×49dc000 0×85f3d00 0×2519021 0×594)
0×342abb98 : 0xc2a009 (0×49dc000 0×342abc60 0×0 0×0)
0×342abc88 : 0×4397e0 (0×49dc000 0×1 0×342abcdc 0×342abcd8)
Backtrace continues…
Kernel loadable modules in backtrace (with dependencies):
com.apple.driver.AppleIntelGMA950(5.3.0)@0xc21000—>0xc57fff
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IONDRVSupport(1.5.2)@0×6b2000
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOPCIFamily(2.4.1)@0×5c1000
dependency: com.apple.iokit.IOGraphicsFamily(1.5.2)@0×639000

BSD process name corresponding to current thread: WindowServer

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4 Answers

squirbel's avatar

I’d say hardware interacting with software – so both.

It sounds like you have a Firewire device whose drivers are failing… and that it triggers occasionally when you are running Photoshop. Do you have any non-apple firewire drivers installed?

benseven's avatar

I don’t believe so – only FW devices I’ve used have been two generations of WD Mybook HD – and none have been plugged in at the time of the kernel panics…

squirbel's avatar

Here’s why I said that. You see all the things referring to a driver, the repeated IO family and IO kit? That’s input/output.

So some input/output device is failing in some way. Did you install something on the mybook drive? Something required by software on the main computer? Like…. system files of some sort?

benseven's avatar

Hmmmm… nope.
The only thing that has changed recently, incidentally, was installing VMWare – maybe VMWare’s drivers for connecting hardware to the virtual machine have corrupted my OS X Firewire drivers? I discovered I not longer even get a HardwareGrowler message when I plug an FW device into the port, let alone it mounting… seems pretty kaned…

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