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    SubjectCD-ROM extensions & 2.0.35
    Hi,

    Yesterday, while running 2.0.35 (Alan's 2.0.35pre6 + Doug's pre-patch
    for aic7xxx) started complaining about my CD. It looks like the problem
    only appears if i have CD-ROM with RRIP (Rock Ridge?) extention mounted.

    I don't have this problem with 2.0.33 and i can reproduce it with
    2.0.35.

    Also, after about 2 hours uptime with 2.0.35 klogd and syslogd went
    crazy.
    Klogd was complaining about not able to read proc filesystem (but it was

    mounted and kernel was compiled with support for /proc). Unfortunately i

    couldnt reproduce this situation again.

    - Dmitry

    Here is some logs:

    CD-ROM:
    Jul 11 16:35:00 core kernel: Max size:326020 Log zone size:2048
    Jul 11 16:35:00 core kernel: First datazone:39 Root inode number 79872

    Jul 11 16:35:00 core kernel: ISO9660 Extensions: RRIP_1991A
    Jul 11 16:38:07 core kernel: _isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(4,
    4096)_isofs_bmap: block
    >= EOF(4, 4096)_isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(4, 4096)_isofs_bmap: block>=
    EOF(4, 4096
    )_isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(4, 4096)_isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(4,
    4096)_isofs_bmap:
    block>= EOF(4, 4096)_isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(4, 4096)_isofs_bmap:
    block>= EOF(4,
    4096)_isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(52, 53248)_isofs_bmap: block>= EOF(52,
    53248)<6>S
    erial driver version 4.13 with no serial options enabled

    Klogd:

    Jul 10 16:02:40 core kernel: Cannot read proc file system: 9 - Bad file
    descript or.
    Jul 10 16:03:11 core last message repeated 104673 times
    Jul 10 16:04:11 core last message repeated 228511 times
    Jul 10 16:05:13 core last message repeated 226934 times
    Jul 10 16:06:13 core last message repeated 243514 times
    Jul 10 16:07:15 core last message repeated 246297 times



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