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SubjectRe: invalidate: busy buffer
On Mon, 17 Jun 2002 23:14:48 +0100
"James Stevenson" <mistral@stev.org> wrote:

Something tried to wipe out all of the caches for some device, but
something else was using it at the time. For example, if you try to run
parted on something mounted (and bypass/confuse its mountedness check)
you'll see this. Were you doing anything like that?

> Hi
>
> does anyone know what these mean ?
>
> under
>
> 2.4.19-pre8
>
> invalidate: busy buffer
>
> in the dmesg output
> got a bunch of these about 15 all together all of a sudden
>
>
> thanks
> James
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