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SubjectRe: Unresponiveness of 2.4.16
Torrey Hoffman wrote:
>
> Hmm. Speaking of dbench, I tried the combination of 2.4.16,
> your 2.4.16 low latency patch, and the IO scheduling patch
> on my dual PIII.
>
> After starting it up I did a dbench 32 on a 180 GB reiserfs
> running on software RAID 5, just to see if it would
> fall over, and during the run I got the following error/
> warning message printed about 20 times on the console
> and in the kernel log:
>
> vs-4150: reiserfs_new_blocknrs, block not free<4>
>

uh-oh. I probably broke reiserfs in the low-latency patch.

It's fairly harmless - we drop the big kernel lock, schedule
away. Upon resumption, the block we had decided to allocate
has been allocated by someone else. The filesystem emits a
warning and goes off to find a different block.

Will fix.

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