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    SubjectRe: Massive e2fs corruption with 2.2.9/10?
    On Jun 18, Harald Koenig wrote:

    > On Jun 18, Linus Torvalds wrote:
    >
    > > >[eastep@eastep-3 eastep]$ cat /proc/version
    > > >Linux version 2.2.10 (eastep@eastep-3.mis.tandem.com) (gcc version
    > > >egcs-2.91.66
    > >
    > > Does the corruption go away if you use a compiler that is not known to
    > > miscompile the kernel, eg 2.7.2?
    >
    > I had at least two ext2fs corruptions plus two SIGSEGs due to bad bits
    > in binaries in buffer cache (emacs/mutt) and one full lockup,
    > all with 2.2.9/2.2.10 compiled with 2.7.2.3 (SuSE 6.1).

    more data from this morning:

    tried 2.2.10 again, using two simultaneous `make -j10 bzImage' build sessions.

    the first run aborted with solid lock (again no kernel message, no more
    VC switching or Alt+SysReq) after 2*6 kernel builds (1.5 hours).
    there have been no compile errors for these 2*6 builds though.

    the next run was more `successfull': 2*12 builds did not lockup, but
    I got 7 aborts with SIGSEGV, gcc internal error etc., 4/3 per session.


    compared with 2*27 perfect kernel builds with 2.2.5, now I'm pretty sure
    it's not a hardware bug on my side.


    Harald

    PS: I'm even monitoring CPU temperature and CPU fan rotation, no single
    problem or difference between bad 2.2.10 and good 2.2.5 runs showed up.
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