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SubjectRe: Linux 2.4.21pre3-ac2
On Mon, 2003-01-13 at 03:33, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> There are several possibilities, but I would suspect you have memory which
> is just marginal, and with some combination of access patterns you trigger
> a sig 11 problem. I have the same board, with 72 bit ECC capable memory,
> and I'm running all of the BIOS speed options (section 4.4 of the manual)
> set at default, rather than tuning for any extra bit of performance.

I'm seeing enough other -ac specific errors to be fairly sure its not just
hardware in the current -ac tree case. I don't know what the common factor
is yet - it 'works for me' which makes it hard to pin down

Guess #1 is reverting mm/shmem.c. Guess #2 is reverting the buffer cache
changes. Guess #3 is new IDE + highmem and Guess #4 is quota related (are
people seeing the problem with quota disabled ?)

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