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    Subjectext3 fs boot crash [2.4.18-18]
    Platform Info:

    /dev/sda1 /boot ext3
    /dev/sda2 / ext3
    Kernel version: 2.4.18-17

    Problem:
    My system has initrd which contains some modules about
    scsi,ext3,etc. During the boot sequence, my system
    will crash sometimes(about five times crash once) when
    it creates "/boot/kernel.h". Examining fs/namei.c
    open_namei(), In failure turn, I found after
    path_lookup(), vfs_create() will be called. however,
    in vfs_create(), ext2_create() instead of
    ext3_create() will be called. While in successful
    turn, vfs_create() will not be called.

    At the same time, I printed out inode infomation(boot
    inode) after path_lookup. "after path_lookup().
    nd->dentry->d_inode->i_dev:[256],
    nd->dentry->d_inode->i_sb->s_dev:[2049]". here, i_dev:
    (1,0) /dev/ram0 while s_dev:(8,1) /dev/sda1. why there
    is inconsistent info in inode(boot inode) ?

    any comments? thanks very much in advance.


    Seaman



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