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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.10: printk() deadlocks

On 25-Oct-2001 Andrew Morton wrote:
> Sorry, but I think you must be doing something strange to make this
> happen - can you please diagnose a little further? Investigate
> further with kdb? Can you send me the wherewithals to reproduce
> it? Are you running SMP?
No, just out of sleep.


Sorry, folks

printk() does not deadlock.
I just put a funny little typo at the wrong place in my code
which resulted in a very fast eternal loop. So the system
froze and lloked like deadlocked. The CPU was nearly always in
printk().

Thanks andrew for opening my eyes and sorry again for the
inconveniance.

Ralf

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