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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-prerelease problems (it corrupted my ext2 filesystem)
On Tue, Jan 02, 2001 at 02:38:07PM +0100, Daniel Phillips wrote:
> Could you provide details of your configuration?
>

I put the complete kernel log of that session at http://quark.fsb.hr/~vrodic/kern.log

I scanned my swap device several times today with badblocks -w, and
it didn't show any errors. I also did some RAM tests with memtest86,
again with no errors.

If you need more details, just ask.

> Vedran Rodic wrote:
> > I was using 2.4.0-prerelease without extra patches and I experienced some
> > heavy (ext2) file system corruption. I was grabbing some video using bttv at
> > the time. Kernel didn't oops, but processess just started terminating.
> >
> > Here is a the interesting part from my logs:
> >
> > Bad swap file entry 5c5b6256
> > VM: killing process qtvidcap
> > swap_free: Trying to free nonexistent swap-page
> > last message repeated 23 times
> > swap_free: Trying to free swap from unused swap-device
> > swap_free: Trying to free nonexistent swap-page
> > last message repeated 266 times
> > Bad swap file entry 272c2e24
> > VM: killing process pppd
> > swap_free: Trying to free nonexistent swap-page
> > last message repeated 30 times
>
> --
> Daniel

Vedran
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