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SubjectRe: dual pIII network / lockup problems
On Thu, 25 Nov 1999, Alan Cox wrote:

> > > There are a couple of exceptions but not reliable ones. Patches are accepted
> > > if/when you find the bug.
> >
> > I'd like to. But it's very hard to find such a bug ...
>
> Nod. And we have found odd ones in things like the knfsd patches (now fixed)
> which would leave dentries slowly and surely. DO you know if its kernel or
> user space leaks, and fi you leave a "free" running and some cats into
> /proc/sys for info do you see a leak building up or does it just go bang ?

I'll try. It does not just go bang, the system death is not instant. The
problem is that the systems in question are not installed by my bed and not
equipped with life monitors which go buzzing when the system starts
to collapse... Usually it runs full steam when I'm around but found comatose
when I enter my workplace in the morning... But it have been caught
redhanded several times, so I do hope that I'd probably have a possibility
to investigate the case.

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Sergey Kubushin aka the Tamer < > The impossible we do immediately.
e-mail: ksi@ksi-linux.com SK320-RIPE < > Miracles require 24-hour notice.
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