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SubjectRe: Improving Ext2 Reliability
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> I wouldn't be that memory corruption bug (that was introduced in 2.0.33)
> by any chance? I had problems with it myself when my squid server hit
> the end of memory. (I'd selected too large a disk-cache for the amount
> of memory I had available: 6GB of ram, but only 64MB of memory).
>
> That neatly crashed the server at all-too-frequent intervals. I added
> memory, which fixed it, and more recently backed down to 2.0.32.

For squid servers the 2.0.33 vmalloc bug appears to be the main problem
folks are seeing. 2.0.34 fixes this and also seems to get squid users about
5-10% speedups

Alan


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