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SubjectRe: Strange memory leak in 2.6.x
Rehi Alexander,

On Sat, Mar 12, 2005 at 04:08:05PM +0100, Alexander Nyberg wrote:
> The next one here is how it looks when it is not so good:
> [0xc013962b] find_or_create_page+91
> [0xc01596ac] grow_dev_page+44
> [0xc015986a] __getblk_slow+170
> [0xc0159c26] __getblk+54
> [0xf8ac0a57] +1207
> [0xf8abfccd] +61
> [0xf8ac03c1] +241
> [0xf8ac040a] +42
> Stupid me, the 0xf8ac040a addresses are vmalloc space (modules). I need
> to look into why it doesn't work with vmalloc but in the meantime, could
> you please save a copy of /proc/kallsyms from the computer right away so
> that I can look up those when the computer locks up (the copy needs to
> be from the current run, addresses can change between reboots).


> Thanks for helping to track this down.

Thanks for your support - even on Saturday! 8-)

Best regards Tobias Hennerich

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