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SubjectRe: massive filesystem corruption with 2.4.9
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>  > If your disk is in UDMA33/66 mode you can pretty rule the 
> > disk out as the data is protected
i think this should be with the promise driver.

> > If you have a VIA chipset, especially if there is an SB Live! in the
> > machine then that may be the cause (fixes in 2.4.8-ac, should be a fix
> > in 2.4.9 but Linus tree also applies another bogus change but which
> > should be harmless)
it was an intel LX chipset

that it is a memory problem i also don't belive. that ram work for over 2 year
with no errors found with memtest (memtset86, intels memtest) compiling
seveal times xfree86 and an many many times several kernels.

and i never had any problems. until i tried the first time a 2.4.x kernel on
the fileserver (that was 2.4.6). so i moved the fileserver back to 2.2.19.
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