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SubjectRe: EXT3 - freeze ups during disk writes
On Sat, Dec 01, 2001 at 12:47:19AM -0600, Erik Elmore wrote:
> Ever since I started using ext3fs, whenever there is a disk write, the
> kernel sucks up all of the CPU thereby preempting everything and causing
> the PC to freeze momentarily. Could this possibly be caused by the
> journaling code in ext3?
>

You really need to give kernel version, gcc version and what things were
happening at the time.

I can think of five different things that this general description has
brought up.

mf
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