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SubjectRe: Repeatable Oops in 2.4t13p4ac2
On Fri, Dec 29, 2000 at 01:52:07AM +0000, Alan Cox wrote:

The PCMCIA thing is unlikely to be related (there are no changes
on any PCMCIA that actually worked on 13pre4).

Oh, I'm sure it is unrelated -- it's just a good trigger for the
problem on my laptop.

Reiserfs might be the trigger because the quota code changed, but
if it did touch it I'd expect it to have failed to compile

No quotas, local version of reiserfs but probably not too divergent
from what else is out there.

I'm going to go and do a detailed audit of the mm bits I have
differing from Linus. For one I'd be much happier to differ in
drivers with Linus and avoid differing in mm/vm internals stuff.

I'll resync to t13p5 and any new reiserfs change that might be
relevant and see how that goes; if that works I'll start merging in
ac2 and see when it breaks.



--cw
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