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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.25-rc4

* Jens Axboe <> wrote:

> > no luck - a few hundred successful randconfig bootups overnight
> > (with a rather complex userspace startup to full X plus networking,
> > and the testbox is used via the network to compile the next random
> > kernel as well - etc.) and no failure at all. So there's not much we
> > can do at this point - i'll keep you updated if anything new happens
> > in the tests.
> OK, so it could possibly be something else or perhaps something that's
> existed for a long time.
> To capture vital debugging information for cases like this, I had an
> idea for a sysrq key that would dump queue and io scheduler info for
> all known block devices. That should help pin point where the problem
> lies. If we have any letters left in the sysrq namespace :-)

btw., we should reserve one sysrq letter as a "meta" character. If that
letter is 'X' [for Xtended SysRq] then SysRq-X SysRq-B could dump the
block info.


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