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SubjectRe: kernel hangs in 118th call to vmalloc
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Timur Tabi <ttabi@interactivesi.com> writes:

> I'm writing a driver for the 2.4.2 kernel. I need to use this kernel because
> this driver needs to be compatible with a stock Red Hat system. Patches to the
> kernel are not an option.
>
> The purpose of the driver is to locate a device that exists on a specific memory
>
> chip. To help find it, I've written this routine:

What is wrong with using SPD to detect interesting properties of
memory chips? That should be safer and usually easier then what you
are trying now.

Eric
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