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SubjectRe: [BUG] initrd >24MB corruption (fwd)
On Tue Aug 27, 2002 at 10:49:13AM +0800, Jeff Chua wrote:
> Alan,
> Who else can help with this problem? I tried to write to Werner
> Almesberger <> (no such email) and Hans Lermen
> <>, but no response from either.
> I'm suspecting that somehow part of initrd is being corrupted during boot
> up or may be ungzip is not working properly, because I can definitely
> gzip/ungzip on all versions of running Linux for the ram.gz filesystem I
> created. Again, the only difference between ram-18mb.gz (6MB) and
> ram-24mb.gz (8MB) is ram24.gz contains one extra file to fill up the
> filesystem to 90%.
> Same bzImage, same ramdisk_size=28000, just different initrd files.
> ram-18mb.gz boots, ram-24mb.gz hangs.

How much total ram does your system have?


Erik B. Andersen
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