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SubjectRe: Kernel File system Corruption related
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Is the second machine also running 2.4.16? I am using 2.4.16
and I haven experienced any filesystem problems

On Thu, 2001-11-29 at 18:03, Jeffrin wrote:
>
> Hello ,
>
> I had done a 2.4.16 kernel related compilation
> and used it. When i did "init 0" for the first time
> and then again tried get a GNU/Linux system related to 2.4.16
> it might have showed related to severe filesystem corruption
> problems.And at one time related to that atleast i could not even
> use GNU/Linux.It had atleast a i810 chipset and a Pentium
> Processor.
>
>
> I have in my house 2 machines which is not i810 and i
> did not find any problems related to typical filesystem corruption.
>
>
> May be a typical bug related to filesystem corruption
> is not completely fixed in 2.4.16.
>
>
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> Jeffrin Jose T.
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