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SubjectRe: [PATCH] klogd busy loop on zero byte (output from 3c59x driver)
Troels Walsted Hansen wrote:
> 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. I
> came upon it when the 3c59x driver from kernel 2.4.0 started outputting two
> zero bytes for the product code of my laptop's 3Com card. It could be argued
> that the kernel should never output zero bytes in the logging info, but
> obviously that will happen from time to time.

Yep. %02x%02x it now is.

The code in question was snitched from pcmcia-cs's 3c575_cb.c, and
I assume David would have heard if it was busting klogd. Maybe
there's a klogd version problem, or maybe your NIC's EEPROM is hosed?

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