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Subject[PATCH] BUG() call in vmalloc.c causes segmentation fault.
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In the function __vmalloc() in mm/vmalloc.c. The function
is parsing the "size" parameter passed to it. If the request
is of zero bytes or if it is greater than num_physpages,
then __vmalloc calls BUG(). The NULL pointer is never
returned, which causes the segmentation fault. This BUG()
call was correctly removed for 2.5.

- Robbie

(See attached file: vmalloc.c.patch)

Robert V. Williamson <robbiew@us.ibm.com>
Linux Test Project
IBM Linux Technology Center
Phone: (512) 838-9295 T/L: 678-9295
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