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Subject[Bug 655] New: Infrequent lockups on inbound connections
http://bugme.osdl.org/show_bug.cgi?id=655

Summary: Infrequent lockups on inbound connections
Kernel Version: 2.5.68
Status: NEW
Severity: normal
Owner: davem@vger.kernel.org
Submitter: wsl-kernelbugs@fruit.eu.org


Distribution: Debian unstable/experimental
Hardware Environment: AMD Athlon XP1800+ stepping 02, VIA kt266a chipset,
eepro100 Intel 82557/8/9 rev 08 (PCI ID 8086:1229)
Software Environment: anything that does IPv6 TCP
(http://fruit.eu.org/config-2.5.68)
Problem Description:
Every so often the kernel locks up during an inbound connection. Alt-sysrq-s
doesn't work anymore, alt-sysrq-b does.

Steps to reproduce:
Create lots of inbound connections. Machine will hang sooner or later.

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