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SubjectRe: 2.6.15-rc1: kswapd crash
Adrian Bunk wrote:

> So why did you delete the tainted line from the Oops output you sent?

I didn't. Strictly a cut and paste, no changes.

> It might be a bug in the kernel or a bug in your vmware modules exposed
> by the new kernel.

It's not. VMware had never been run to that point.
There's something wrong with this kernel,
that wasn't wrong with 2.6.13.

Dunno what yet. It may never crash again,
or it might do it Windows-style on some machines.

Just a data point for Linus, that's all.

Cheers
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