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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] boobytrap for 2.2.15pre5
    On Fri, Jan 28, 2000 at 03:28:48AM +0100, Rik van Riel wrote:
    > When you encounter these error messages, please send them
    > to linux-kernel, _with_ the names of the functions (because
    > they differ on every compilation) and, if possible, a short
    > explanation of what do did to provoke these errors.

    brian@home brian>dmesg | grep task | sort | uniq
    gfp called by non-running (1) task from c0118a76!
    gfp called by non-running (1) task from c0118e5a!
    gfp called by non-running (1) task from c0120b76!
    brian@home brian>cat /proc/ksyms | sort | grep c0118
    c0118670 remap_page_range
    c0118cb4 vmtruncate
    brian@home brian>cat /proc/ksyms | sort | grep c0120
    c0120000 free_pages
    c012013c __get_free_pages

    brian@top brian>dmesg | grep task | sort | uniq
    gfp called by non-running (1) task from c011981e!
    gfp called by non-running (1) task from c0119c02!
    brian@top brian>cat /proc/ksyms | sort | grep c0119
    c0119418 remap_page_range
    c0119a5c vmtruncate

    home is an AMD K6/2-400 w/128MB. It does a quite a number of
    things: 12 virtual web sites (2 SSL), squid, masquerading router for
    5 other PCs, mail server.

    top is my laptop. AMD K6/2-333 w/128MB. the gfp reports on my laptop
    showed up right after I dialed out with PPP.

    --
    Brian Litzinger <brian@litzinger.com>




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