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SubjectRe: crashme crashes 2.0.20 with guarantee :-(

Boris,

crashme + disk IOs on 2 scsi disks (338555 IOs, 4.7 GB xfered) and no crash.

Here are the stats of the driver:

General information:
Chip NCR53C825, device id 0x3, revision id 0x2
IO port address 0x6000, IRQ number 10
Using memory mapped IO at virtual address 0x2821000
Profiling information:
num_trans = 338555
num_kbytes = 4727519
num_disc = 149562
num_break = 20626
num_int = 20655
num_fly = 338558
ms_setup = 455730
ms_data = 943410
ms_disc = 2420720
ms_post = 29640

Gerard.

On Mon, 16 Sep 1996, Boris Tobotras wrote:

> On Mon, 16 Sep 1996 12:20:22 +0300, Linus Torvalds wrote:
>
> > > Every short invokation of crashme crashes linux badly.
>
> > Hmm.. I tried to duplicate this, but it doesn't do anything for me. I have a
> > newer version of crashme, though (2.4 vs your 2.1), and maybe this is
> > version-dependent. Could you make your binary available (you might want to
> > compile it statically to make sure there are no interactions with different
> > shared libraries and possibly different rand() functions?)
>
> Static crashme-2.1 which I've used is accessible from
> http://macsimum.gamma.ru:1080/crashme.gz
>
> > Also, could you try the other NCR driver to see if it makes a difference
> > (I'm told SMP-linux crashes with the BSD NCR driver)
>
> I'll try.
>
> --
> Best regards, -- Boris.
>

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