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    SubjectRe: [Resolved: bad RAM] Filesystem silent crash with EXT3
    Stef Epardaud wrote:
    > I feel like a fool now. You're absolutely right, my RAM is corrupted.
    > Sorry for the trouble folks, I'm very happy to come to the conclusion I
    > can rely on EXT3. Now I have to start worrying about how to detect RAM
    > corruption before it screws up my data next time.
    That is what memory with parity is for. Don't know if
    that exists for laptops though.

    Helge Hafting
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