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SubjectRe: Massive e2fs corruption with 2.2.9/10?

Hello Harald, your words below sound very simular to those
spoken by many people that have over clocked their cpu's .
I beleive that your cpu may have been mis-marked 450Mhz ,
and of course s/b marked 400Mhz or so. Twys, JimL
PS: sounds like very shoddy quality control. :-{
On Sun, 20 Jun 1999, Harald Koenig wrote:
> On Jun 18, Harald Koenig wrote:
> > compared with 2*27 perfect kernel builds with 2.2.5, now I'm pretty sure
> > it's not a hardware bug on my side.
> update: I'm no longer sure that it's a kernel problem in my case.
> after reducing the CPU clock from 450 to 400 MHz I've now compiled
> >2*100 kernels using 2.2.10 with no single problem at all.
> so maybe it was just a hardware problem for me -- or it's some weird race
> which doesn't show up for 400 but only for 450 MHz ?! I can't believe that yet...
> Harald
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