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    SubjectRe: File system Corruption with 2.4.16
    Charles-Edouard Ruault wrote:

    > The symlink problem you're reporting is exactly what i've been experiencing among
    > other things ...
    > on both systems i had multiple ext2 partitions and one reseirfs partition.
    > The problem showed up after a few days of uptime. Both machines where not heaviliy
    > loaded and had no memory shortage.
    > It looks like it also happened on my third system, which had only 2 ext2 partitions
    > . I was able to clean up this one with fsck and rebooted safely to 2.4.14 ....
    > Given the fact that i'm not the only one to see the problem with 2.4.16 i'll safely
    > backtrack all my machines to 2.4.14 ...
    > If i can be of any help to pinpoint the problem please let me know. But since i'm
    > not a kernel hacker i don't think i'll be pluging into the sources myself on my own

    Interesting - maybe I'm just lucky, but my
    systems have never been more stable than
    they are now under 2.4.16 -

    The plot thickens!

    jjs

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