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SubjectRe: Getting nutt...
> Ahem, still for this oops-o-matic kernel that I have..
> I can only reproduce it with this exact set of patches:
>
> -----
> linux-2.0.30
> pre-patch-31-2 (David Sparc Miller)
> buffer cache fix Aug 1 (Werner Fink + Bill Hawes)
> ft.pf (file table improvement) (Philip Gladston) (see linuxhq)
> ext2 error handling (Stephan Tweedie, 31 May?)
> more than 256 fd's (Michael O'Reilly)
> unofficial patch printout (complicate german name :)
> -----
>
> That's it.
>
> I tried:
> pre31-2 + buffer aug 1 : no problemo
> ++ ft.pf : no problemo
> ++ filehandles# : no problemo
> ++ ext2 error --ft.pf --filehandles# : no problemo
> ++ stack not exec : no problemo
> ++ patch printout : no problemo
> ++ ft.pf ++ filehandle#: no problemo <-- at this point, this is the same set
> of patch of the original kernel, plus the stack-not-exec patch...
> -- stacke not exec : crash my car, burn my house.. fucking crazy, isn't it?
>
> I've done a diff -u -r on both the original source tree and the new one obtained
> after this wading: No differences except in the debian dir, a diff related
> to the debian revision level, ie no differences.

Looks like a race ... freeing buffer/pages/inodes which do not exist. Remove this
stack_not_exec patch.

Werner

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