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SubjectRe: kernel Oops in ext3 code
Hi Mingming,

On Do, 27 Sep 2007, Mingming Cao wrote:
> Could you please sent the objdump of the ext4_discard_reservation
> function? It doesn't match what I see here.

I assume you meant ext3_.... I made
objdump -x -D -s super.o
(the only place where I found this function in the source code). If you
want something else, let me know, but a bit more specific. Can I do the
objdump directly from the kernel image file?

Best wishes


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