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SubjectRe: oops on 2.4.13-pre5 in prune_dcache
> and because dentry->d_op isn't NULL, we oops on the d_op->d_iput
> dereference.
>
> Something is setting a bit in your dentry. Either RAM errors (do you
> have ECC memory or a history of SIGSEGV's to give any indication either
> way?) or a wild "set_bit()" pointer or similar.
>

well I've never seen any OOPS on this machine before or segv on this
machine and I use it for cross-compiling glibc/gdb/binutils/gcc/kernels
etc for the VAX port of Linux so I'm sure I'd have seen one before if it
was memory... I can run memtest on it at some stage over the next couple
of days but I'm pretty confident the RAM is okay.. granted its not ECC...

I have nothing unusual in my config I don't think,

ext2, nfsd, vfat, sb16, parport, ne2k-pci (x2 cards)...I can post my
.config later on today when I get back home..

Dave.


>

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David Airlie, Software Engineer
http://www.skynet.ie/~airlied / airlied@skynet.ie
pam_smb / Linux DecStation / Linux VAX / ILUG person


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