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    SubjectRe: 2.5.75 slab corruption
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    Hello,

    For me 2.5.75 is worse than anything since I am testing 2.5.x (2.5.66),
    how can I debug this one ?,
    the call stack seems very small,
    where can I begin ?
    I never had a stable 2.5 on this computer,
    thinking about hard problem ?


    Nicolas.

    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: printing eip:
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: 78116ef1
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: Oops: 0000 [#1]
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: CPU: 0
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: EIP: 0060:[<78116ef1>] Not tainted
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: EFLAGS: 00010047
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: EIP is at 0x78116ef1
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: eax: 00000088 ebx: e77ca73c ecx: c02e00c0
    edx: 00000027
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: esi: f799e100 edi: c02de788 ebp: e5565fbc
    esp: e5565f9c
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: ds: 007b es: 007b ss: 0068
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: Process kpat (pid: 14040, threadinfo=e5564000
    task=e5fd1880)
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: Stack: c0147abc e5a6ad98 080986f8 0000061c
    e5fd1880 00000003 080986f8 080981b8
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: e5564000 c010900a 00000003 080986f8
    0000061c 080986f8 080981b8 bfffeb08
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: 0000061c c010007b 0000007b 00000004
    40f6d728 00000073 00000246 bfffeae8
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: Call Trace:
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: [sys_write+63/93] sys_write+0x3f/0x5d
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: [<c0147abc>] sys_write+0x3f/0x5d
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: [work_resched+5/22] work_resched+0x5/0x16
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: [<c010900a>] work_resched+0x5/0x16
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel:
    Jul 12 19:39:57 hal9003 kernel: Code: Bad EIP value.

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