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SubjectRe: 2.4.20 instability on bigmem systems?
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On Sunday 16 March 2003 20:59, Gregory K. Ruiz-Ade wrote:
> Right now, I'm back to running 2.4.19 with the inode.c patch from one of
> the 2.4.19-preXX-aaY kernels (see
> http://castandcrew.com/~gregory/lkmlstuff/burpr/2.4.19/patches) as the
> most stable thing we've gotten so far.

Could you possibly take a look at the kernel BUG that I got Friday night on
the 2.4.19 kernel, to see if it (oh god please) hopefully points in a
useful direction?

http://castandcrew.com/~gregory/lkmlstuff/burpr/2.4.19

The files are:

burpr-kernel-bug.20030314.2100 (the raw bug)
burpr-kernel-bug.20030314.2100.ksymoops (processed through ksymoops)

FYI, the amaivschk program listed in the BUG is a shell script, and also at
that URL if you're curious as to what it does.

Thanks again...

--
Gregory K. Ruiz-Ade <gregory@castandcrew.com>
Sr. Systems Administrator
Cast & Crew Entertainment Services, Inc.

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