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SubjectRe: Boot hangs after "Freeing initrd memory" with
Rafael J. Wysocki wrote:
> On Saturday 16 January 2010, Ozan Çağlayan wrote:

>>> I think that the commit should be reverted or a fix should be released for linux-2.6 tree,
>>> as well as .31 and .32 stable trees.
>> Linux 2.6.31 is released on Sep 9th. So people having an Athlon XP processor + a kernel newer than 4 months
>> which enables CONFIG_X86_CPU_DEBUG can't even boot into a linux kernel. I was *at least* expecting a comment from the relevant
>> people but nope for 2 days.
>> It seems to be a serious regression which doesn't get caught. I'm also CC'ing Rafael, maybe he can inject this
>> in one of his regression threads.
> Well, the problem is I'm not listing regressions from 2.6.31 any more.

Yes you're right.

> Also, I don't have hardware to reproduce the problem on.
> Is there a bug entry for this in the kernel Bugzilla?

Nope not for now, I'll do that.
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