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SubjectRe: Compiler problems

[Marc Lehmann]
> If the compiler breaks at random points (i.e. not always at the same
> position) then you can safely assume that your hardware is faulty
> (buggy memory or overclocked cpu for example).

...or that the Linux MM subsystem has a bug. With the 2.3 changes to
move file contents into the page cache and support high memory on x86,
this is not an entirely unreasonable theory.

--
Peter Samuelson
<sampo.creighton.edu!psamuels>

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