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    SubjectRe: inode_unused list corruption in 2.4.26 - spin_lock problem?
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    Correction: I have been using client_oplocks.txt, not client_plain.txt, in
    this repro. (both were in the directory, but it is oplocks.txt one that
    is being defaulted to)

    Chris

    On Wed, 4 Aug 2004, Chris Caputo wrote:
    > 2) run loop_dbench, which is the following dbench script which uses
    > client_plain.txt:
    >
    > #!/bin/sh
    >
    > while [ 1 ]
    > do
    > date
    > dbench 2
    > done

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