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SubjectRe: new arca-23 released
On Thu, Nov 19, 1998 at 01:08:12PM +0100, Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
> My tree includes:
>
> o Fixed some minutes ago a critical bug in the asm of entry.S. This
> was at least the cause of the UP stall. entry.S was using a
> corrupted current-task-struct pointer.

I have to admit, that I avoided the latest (2.1.127+) kernels because of
the problems reported with the scheduler stall. After all, I don't have that
much time to test.

I'm very curious to see whether those people with problems report that your
patch does fix things.
Will you create a diff against 2.1.129? I think it'd make things easier for
me, but also for Linus and a lot of other people.

Thnx for your effort!
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