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    SubjectRe: oops in 2.5.68-mm1



    On Sun, 20 Apr 2003, Andrei Ivanov wrote:

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    > I'm not sure that this caused it, but I was doing an 'emerge rsync' in my
    > gentoo, and when 'emerge' was 'Updating Portage cache', the system was
    > slow, top or jed wouldn't start, and there was a 'chmod'(started probably
    > by 'emerge') in D state.
    >

    Hmm... I think I found what caused it. I've mounted a smb share, went into
    a directory on the share, where there are 2 files:

    -r-------- 1 root root 48281 Apr 11 21:05 Cats & Dogs (RO).txt
    -r-------- 1 root root 730341376 Apr 11 21:04 Cats And Dogs.avi

    I typed less Cats<tab>, and then &<tab>, and here it was stuck, and the
    kernel oopsed. If I type less Cats<tab>, and then \&<tab>, it works, but
    without the \ in front of the &, the shell gets stuck in D state.

    The remote host, from which I mounted the share, runs
    kernel 2.4.20-gentoo-r1.
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