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    SubjectRe: 2.3.16 - messages on the console: semaphore in use...
    On Sat, Sep 04, 1999 at 08:45:19PM -0300, Marcelo Tosatti wrote:
    > I've got the same messages with 2.3.15 on ext2.
    > One way to reproduce it is to press ctrl+c while building the kernel.
    >
    > - Marcelo
    >
    > On Sat, 4 Sep 1999, David S. Miller wrote:
    >
    > > Date: Sun, 05 Sep 1999 01:57:59 +0400
    > > From: dmitryv <vdb@inbox.ru>
    > >
    > > When I perform "search files" action in Midnight Commander
    > > sometimes I see a lot of messages on the console:
    > >
    > > ...
    > > Sep 4 16:57:18 localhost kernel: iput: Aieee, semaphore in use inode
    > > 00:00/10969, count=2
    > >
    > > Sometimes I can reproduce this behaviour, sometimes not.
    > > It happens for example when I search files in the kernel tree.
    > >
    > > Is this operation scanning over a CDROM/iso9660 filesystem?
    > > If yes, we are working on this problem.
    > >
    > > Later,
    > > David S. Miller
    > > davem@redhat.com
    > >

    FWIW, I can reproduce this message easily, by using 'lprm' too fast.

    I'm currently printing a lot of pictures, and had to change the cartrigde so
    I removed all the mail jobs by lprming rather fast until all jobs were killed
    and this message appeared every time I call lprm too quickly after the previous
    one finish. I had to wait 1/5 second between each lprm.

    Hope this help.

    DindinX

    P.S. to David S. Miller: Are you still working on the
    _isofs_bmap: block >= EOF (1111, 2203608)
    bug? Do you mean me testing something?

    --
    David.Odin@bigfoot.com

    You're always thinking you're gonna be the one that makes 'em act different.
    -- Woody Allen, "Manhattan"

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