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drakino
Sep 20, 2010, 09:06 PM
Anyone else seeing a number of kernel panics on their iPad? For Mac owners, you can open Console.app, and in the log list go to Files - ~/Library/Logs - Crash Reporter - MobileDevice - (Name of iPad) - Panics.

I'm averaging one a day now, and this is after a hardware replacement earlier this month. I've reinstalled the OS via the iTunes Restore function, and continue to get them. The most recent happened a few minutes ago, when it was sitting on my desk, unused for a good 30 minutes and not plugged into anything. The two common panics I get are:

panic(cpu 0 caller 0xc044c103): "CDMA: client driver(s) left channel(s) 0x 1000 active when sleeping"@/SourceCache/AppleS5L8920X/AppleS5L8920X-227.1/AppleCDMA/AppleCDMA.cpp:293
Debugger message: panic
OS version: 7B500
Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 10.3.1: Wed Aug 4 19:08:04 PDT 2010; root:xnu-1504.2.60~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8930X
iBoot version: iBoot-817.29
secure boot?: YES
Paniclog version: 1
Task 0xc0ce8d20: 6562 pages, 87 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
thread 0xe069db20
kernel continuation: 0xc001d649

Debugger message: WDT timeout
90s ago: 2528u0 2520m0 2489pe0000270 2489pe0000280 2489s33a000 2478u0 2441pe0000320 2438pe0000300 2438r33a000 2438m0 2428u0 2379u0 2338m0 2328u0 2278u0 2238m0 2228u0 2178u0 2138m0 2128u0 2078u0 2038m0 2028u0 1978u0 1938m0 1928u0 1878u0 1838m0 1828u0 1778u0 1738m0 1728u0 1678u0 1638m0 1628u0 1578u0 1538m0 1528u0 1511pe0000270 1510pe0000280 1510s33a000 1478u0 1428u0 1378u0 1328u0 1278u0 1228u0 1203pe0000320 1200pe0000300 1200r33a000 1200m0 1178u0 1000m10004003 900m10004003 800m10004003 700m10004003 600m10004003 500m10000004 400m10000004 300m10000004 200m10000004 100m10000004 0m10000004 0c1b
OS version: 7B500
Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 10.3.1: Wed Aug 4 19:08:04 PDT 2010; root:xnu-1504.2.60~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8930X
iBoot version: iBoot-817.29
secure boot?: YES
Paniclog version: 1
Task 0xc0ce8d20: 6578 pages, 89 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
thread 0xe07db8a0
kernel backtrace: ed2fbaf0
lr: 0xc0064e51 fp: 0xed2fbb1c
lr: 0xc0065055 fp: 0xed2fbb30
lr: 0xc02d21cb fp: 0xed2fbfa8
lr: 0xc00632dc fp: 0x00000000

I've never jailbroken the device, kept it up to date as 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 came out, and really can't think of a specific reason for so many panics.

I'm going to restore this iPad again, but not restore my backup. For the next few days, I'm going to use it pretty much stock without any 3rd party apps and see what happens. Though since it's not iOS 4, I'm not sure what a 3rd party app could do to cause a kernel panic when it's sitting on the home screen.



thelookingglass
Mar 5, 2012, 12:19 PM
Anyone else seeing a number of kernel panics on their iPad? For Mac owners, you can open Console.app, and in the log list go to Files - ~/Library/Logs - Crash Reporter - MobileDevice - (Name of iPad) - Panics.

I'm averaging one a day now, and this is after a hardware replacement earlier this month. I've reinstalled the OS via the iTunes Restore function, and continue to get them. The most recent happened a few minutes ago, when it was sitting on my desk, unused for a good 30 minutes and not plugged into anything. The two common panics I get are:

panic(cpu 0 caller 0xc044c103): "CDMA: client driver(s) left channel(s) 0x 1000 active when sleeping"@/SourceCache/AppleS5L8920X/AppleS5L8920X-227.1/AppleCDMA/AppleCDMA.cpp:293
Debugger message: panic
OS version: 7B500
Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 10.3.1: Wed Aug 4 19:08:04 PDT 2010; root:xnu-1504.2.60~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8930X
iBoot version: iBoot-817.29
secure boot?: YES
Paniclog version: 1
Task 0xc0ce8d20: 6562 pages, 87 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
thread 0xe069db20
kernel continuation: 0xc001d649

Debugger message: WDT timeout
90s ago: 2528u0 2520m0 2489pe0000270 2489pe0000280 2489s33a000 2478u0 2441pe0000320 2438pe0000300 2438r33a000 2438m0 2428u0 2379u0 2338m0 2328u0 2278u0 2238m0 2228u0 2178u0 2138m0 2128u0 2078u0 2038m0 2028u0 1978u0 1938m0 1928u0 1878u0 1838m0 1828u0 1778u0 1738m0 1728u0 1678u0 1638m0 1628u0 1578u0 1538m0 1528u0 1511pe0000270 1510pe0000280 1510s33a000 1478u0 1428u0 1378u0 1328u0 1278u0 1228u0 1203pe0000320 1200pe0000300 1200r33a000 1200m0 1178u0 1000m10004003 900m10004003 800m10004003 700m10004003 600m10004003 500m10000004 400m10000004 300m10000004 200m10000004 100m10000004 0m10000004 0c1b
OS version: 7B500
Kernel version: Darwin Kernel Version 10.3.1: Wed Aug 4 19:08:04 PDT 2010; root:xnu-1504.2.60~1/RELEASE_ARM_S5L8930X
iBoot version: iBoot-817.29
secure boot?: YES
Paniclog version: 1
Task 0xc0ce8d20: 6578 pages, 89 threads: pid 0: kernel_task
thread 0xe07db8a0
kernel backtrace: ed2fbaf0
lr: 0xc0064e51 fp: 0xed2fbb1c
lr: 0xc0065055 fp: 0xed2fbb30
lr: 0xc02d21cb fp: 0xed2fbfa8
lr: 0xc00632dc fp: 0x00000000

I've never jailbroken the device, kept it up to date as 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 came out, and really can't think of a specific reason for so many panics.

I'm going to restore this iPad again, but not restore my backup. For the next few days, I'm going to use it pretty much stock without any 3rd party apps and see what happens. Though since it's not iOS 4, I'm not sure what a 3rd party app could do to cause a kernel panic when it's sitting on the home screen.


Not to Dig up a really old thread, but did your solution fix the problem? I'm having the same issue with my iPad 2? Just started a few weeks ago and I've ha the device since last April. Not sure what the issue is or could be ...