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SubjectRe: crashme crashes 2.0.20 with guarantee :-(


I have dowloaded crashme at 10 bytes / second.
Fortunately my system did not crash during the transfer. :)
For the moment, crashme has been ran about 30 times with the suggested
parameters and the suggested "ulimit". No crash, at least for my system.

Boris: is there something more hard than I can try?

Now I will try to run intense disk activity while crashme is trying to crash.

Gerard


On Mon, 16 Sep 1996, Linus Torvalds wrote:

>
>
> On Mon, 16 Sep 1996, Boris Tobotras wrote:
> >
> > Static crashme-2.1 which I've used is accessible from
> > http://macsimum.gamma.ru:1080/crashme.gz
>
> Thanks, tested, doesn't make any difference for me (height of arrogance:
> I tried it logged in over the modem without any way to reboot the machine
> if it had actually crashed anything). I used the parameters you supplied
> in your previous mail:
>
> ./crashme +2000 666 50 00:01:00 2
>
> (and before running it I did a "ulimit -s 1000 -d 4000" to make sure it
> didn't try to eat all my memory). I did a few other runs too, and the worst
> I've seen has been that crashme eats a lot of memory.
>
> Now, it would be interesting to have others running crashme too, and see if
> there is some pattern to failures (specific configurations and/or CPU's or
> whatever). For example, crashme _always_ succeeds to bring a machine down on
> old i386 machines (the popad bug is fatal in protected mode) regardless of
> OS.
>
> Linus
>
>

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