I'm looking to compile a custom kernel from the official source tree (kernel.org). The machine itself runs the latest stable RHEL kernel without issues but I can't seem to figure out why it's panicking on any stock kernel. I suspect it's a driver issue however I'm relatively new at debugging this.
The kernel attempted to compile with a stock config is 188.8.131.52. I've also attempted to compile it with the previous working kernel config to no avail.
The machines specs are as follows:
- Motherboard: SuperMicro X9SCI-LN4F Intel Xeon SingleProc SATA
- CPU: Intel Xeon-SandyBridge E3-1270-Quadcore
- RAID-1 with an Adaptec 5405Z controller
- Drives: Seagate Cheetah
When trying to boot into the stock kernel it panics on the device-mapper initialization leading me to believe it was an issue with the RAID driver. It appears the stock kernel has the latest aacraid drivers although I've attempted to re-compile the kernel with the latest from adaptec.com with the same issue.
Here is the stack trace I'm receiving. Any information as to how to further debug this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!