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SubjectFound a writable swap-cached page!
I got the following messages, when searching on the ext2 disk with find:

Dec 6 16:36:00 paranoia kernel: VM: Found a writable swap-cached page!
Dec 6 16:36:00 paranoia kernel: page=c023f5a0@0008e800, found=c023f5a0, count=3
Dec 6 16:40:17 paranoia kernel: VM: Found a writable swap-cached page!
Dec 6 16:40:17 paranoia kernel: page=c0230a20@00104600, found=c0230a20, count=4
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: VM: Found a writable swap-cached page!
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: page=c0230a20@00104600, found=c0230a20, count=4
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: VM: Found a writable swap-cached page!
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: page=c0230c60@00104d00, found=c0230c60, count=3
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: VM: Found a writable swap-cached page!
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: page=c0230cc0@00105300, found=c0230cc0, count=3
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: VM: Found a writable swap-cached page!
Dec 6 16:40:41 paranoia kernel: page=c02310b0@00105900, found=c02310b0, count=3

and so on... but it didn't crash.

I'm using kernel 2.1.130. I have my own r/w HPFS filesystem in it but I
don't think it could happen because of it (why sould the filesystem flip
write flag on pages?)

Mikulas Patocka


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