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    SubjectRe: Corruption in 2.1.106
    On Fri, 19 Jun 1998, Alan Cox wrote:

    # Are other people seeing 2.1.106 corrupting disks and memory on x86 ?

    I can't say that I am. I'm using the vanilla 2.1.106, IDE drives (BX
    mobo), SMP, PII-233, 192MB ram. And I'm beating it fairly hard (at least
    hd i/o) [ I've been recompiling glibc-2.0.94 over and over and over with
    make -j4 ].

    I've been running a load avg of around 5 or so for the past one day with
    no ill effects. I just took the system down to single user and run a
    manual fsck on all my partitions and they all look fine!


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