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SubjectRe: [patch] fix for buffer hash leakage
On Sat, 20 Mar 1999, Simon Kirby wrote:

> > remove_from_queues(buf);
> > put_last_free(buf);
> > if (!--buf->b_count)
> > return;
> > printk("VFS: forgot an in-use buffer! (count=%d)\n",
> > buf->b_count);
> > }
>
> I tried this change on my dual Celeron at home here and after a few
> seconds of booting (truncating utmp and such), I got:
>
> Kernel Panic: Free list corrupted
>
> So there's probably something wrong with it somehow. :)

Oh, never mind...I didn't notice the change from "remove_from_hash_queue"
to "remove_from_queues". Ignore that report. :)

Simon-

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