Grim Reaper Exception codes

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amiganut
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Grim Reaper Exception codes

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Can anyone direct me to a page that interprets these codes? OS3.1 has a list of what they mean to give you a general area to start troubleshooting. I seem to be getting these more on my X5040 than I do my SAM460LE.

Can anyone interpret the following:

What is the difference between a ISI(Instructional Storage Interrupt) and a DSI(Data Storage Interrupt)? Is this pointing to my filesystem corrupt or my SSD failing? I have PNY 500GB SSDs in both my X5040 and SAM460LE. It seems that Amedia is putting in Crucial BX500 240GBs.

X5040:
2GB RAM Kingston
PNY 500GB SSD SFS/00
Radeon RX560
PCI Sound Blaster Live
onboard SATA

SAM460LE
2GB RAM OWC6400DDR2S
Radeon Sapphire R9 280X 3GB
PNY 500GB SSD SFS/00
Sound plaster Audigy FX SB1570 PCIe 5.1
SII3114 SATA

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Task 0x562b37a0 ("timberwolf-bin")
generated an error of type ISI(Instruction Storage Interrupt)
on address 0x7b08b044
Redzone was not damaged
Stackpointer is inside bounds

Guru Meditation : 80000003
Task 0x5ce6de00 ("sysmon")
generated an error of type DSI(Data Storage Interrupt)
on address 0x01a991cc4
Redzone was not damaged
Stackpointer is inside bounds

Guru Meditation : 80000003
Task 0x5b87b610("celestia")
generated an error of type DSI(Data Storage Interrupt)
on address 0x01db43c8
Redzone was not damaged
Stackpointer is inside bounds
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Re: Grim Reaper Exception codes

Post by polluks »

DSI This means that there was an addressing exception on a data fetch.
ISI This means that there was an addressing exception on an instruction fetch.
Practically it makes no difference. If your filesystem is damaged, then you should get a requester.
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