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    SubjectRe: Severe Linux 2.4 kernel memory leakage
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    Hi Phil, I think you are right. When i look @ /boot (good way of seeing,
    which & when) it tells me that my upgrade schedule was:

    Aug 22 2001 bzImage-2.4.9
    Sep 27 07:17 bzImage-2.4.10
    Oct 12 04:27 bzImage-2.4.11
    Oct 12 16:58 bzImage-2.4.12
    Nov 8 17:26 bzImage-2.4.13
    Nov 10 10:41 bzImage-2.4.14
    Nov 24 10:46 bzImage-2.4.15

    So apearantly 2.4.11 was dont use (2.4.12 followed later the same day in
    my upgrade cycle). Then for almost a month no upgrades while running
    2.4.12, and from there on folowing the kernel upgrade cycle again.

    -- Chris


    On Sun, 2001-11-25 at 16:41, Phil Sorber wrote:
    > On Sun, 2001-11-25 at 10:30, Chris Chabot wrote:
    > > The kernel i ran for about a month was kernel 2.4.11.
    > >
    >
    > wasn't kernel 2.4.11 labeled "dontuse"?
    >
    > that had a serious bug in it.
    >
    > >
    > --
    > Phil Sorber
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    > IRC: irc.openprojects.net #psulug PSUdaemon
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