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    SubjectRe: bad pmd filemap.c, oops; 2.4.30 and 2.4.32
    On Sun, 15 Jan 2006, Willy TARREAU wrote:
    > On Sun, Jan 15, 2006 at 02:38:51PM -0800, Chris Stromsoe wrote:
    >> On Sun, 15 Jan 2006, Chris Stromsoe wrote:
    >>> On Mon, 9 Jan 2006, Chris Stromsoe wrote:
    >>>> On Mon, 9 Jan 2006, Roberto Nibali wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>>>> That is the SCSI BIOS rev. The machine is a Dell PowerEdge 2650
    >>>>>> and that's the onboard AIC 7899. It comes up as "BIOS Build
    >>>>>> 25309".
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Brain is engaged now, thanks ;). If you find time, could you maybe
    >>>>> compile a 2.4.32 kernel using following config (slightly changed
    >>>>> from yours):
    >>>>>
    >>>>> http://www.drugphish.ch/patches/ratz/kernel/configs/config-2.4.32-chris_s
    >>>>
    >>>> If/when the current run with DEBUG_SLAB oopses, I'll reboot with the
    >>>> config modifications.
    >>>
    >>> I've been running stable with the propsed changes since the 10th.
    >>> The original config and the currently running config are both at
    >>> <http://hashbrown.cts.ucla.edu/pub/oops-200512/>. This is the diff:
    >>
    >> I made a mistake.
    >>
    >> The machine was /not/ booted into that config. It is running the
    >> original config from
    >> http://hashbrown.cts.ucla.edu/pub/oops-200512/config-2.4.32 with
    >> DEBUG_SLAB defined and "pci=noacpi" passed in on the command line.
    >>
    >> The config with HIGHIO disabled an ACPI=y has not been tested.
    >
    > Thanks for the precision. So logically we should expect it to break
    > sooner or later ?

    It is the same .config as one that crashed before, except that it has
    DEBUG_SLAB defined. If it does not crash, then adding pci=noacpi to the
    command fixes the problem for me.


    -Chris
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