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    SubjectRe: [CHECKER] big stack variables
    On Sat, Mar 17, 2001 at 01:01:22AM -0500, Jeff Dike wrote:
    > viro@math.psu.edu said:
    > > ObUML: something fishy happens in UML with multiple exec() in PID 1.
    > > Try to say "telinit u" (or just boot with init=/bin/sh and say exec /
    > > sbin/init) and you've got a nice panic()...
    >
    > ObFix: This is fixed in my current CVS. If you're not so desperate for the
    > fix, then it will be in my 2.4.3 release. Basically, the problem was that it
    > assumed that the only exec done by pid 1 was the kernel thread execing init,
    > and things got exciting when that turned out not to be true.

    ObUML (again): Any estimated time of submission to Linus?! Is this
    an early v2.5-thing, or are the changes minor enough to the rest of the
    tree to allow for an v2.4-merge?


    /David
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