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    SubjectRe: 2.1.43 non-SMP: reproducible "VFS: aging an empty inode"
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    On 21 Jun 1997, Kevin Buhr wrote:

    > On a shiny new 2.1.43 non-SMP kernel, mounting my "/usr" partition
    > (which is on a RAID-0 "md" device) produces two (or sometimes more)
    > "VFS: aging an empty inode" messages. A forced "e2fsck" (version 1.10
    > using EXT2FS library version 1.10) on all partitions comes up clean.

    I received tons of these messages repeatly after my first delve into the
    2.1.x series since the early 2.1.[1-6] kernels. It occurred after I did a
    rm -rf /usr/src/linux-xxx and then untarred another linux-tar.gz tree.

    Also, while running a make config (or maybe a make clean) in the linux/
    source tree, I received this several hundred times:

    Jun 21 15:55:05 gomer kernel: dcache parent directory is lostdcache parent
    directory is lostVFS: creating dcache directory alias

    I proceeded to umount the partition and e2fsck (1.09) and it too indicated
    everything was clean.

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