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SubjectRe: [PATCH] klogd busy loop on zero byte (output from 3c59x driver)
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Zitiere Troels Walsted Hansen <troels@thule.no>:

> Hi all.
>
> I found a bug in the sysklogd package version 1.4. When it encounters a
> zero
> byte in the kernel logging output, the text parser enters a busy loop.

That finally explains the "klogd eats 100% cpu time" reports with ~2.2.10:

We (I and Andrea) fixed several bugs in the kernel code, but none of them
explained why klogd entered a busy loop.


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Manfred
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