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    SubjectRe: 2.4 SRMMU bug revisited
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    On Mon, 2002-05-27 at 13:46, Colin Gibbs wrote:

    > What kinds of heavy loads? If you were triggering the out of nocache
    > memory BUG, then this patch may help. I fixes a bug where fork fails and
    > calls destroy_context on the parent's mm or more precisely a memcpy'd
    > duplicate of it. In that case when fork returns to the parent, it
    > continuously faults.
    >
    > But if your load does not fork heavily, then this is probably not the
    > problem.

    It seems this is in the bitkeeper tree, so ignore that if you used the
    bitkeeper tree. However I'd still like to know what sort of loads are
    causing you problems.


    Colin

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