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SubjectRe: 2.6.7-bk way too fast
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On Monday 21 June 2004 03:37, Linus Torvalds wrote:
> Ok, either we have two bugs with _exactly_ the same behaviour, or
> something is just getting screwed up. That single change has definitely
> been fingered as being the problem by a few people. And removing the one
> line (if you have an x86-64 system you have to remove it in the x86-64
> version of the file too) should undo the patch that seems to have caused
> the problem in the first place.
> Anyway, my one-liner patch won't have applied at all if you had applied
> Andrew's patch, so the first thing to do is to double-check that it
> actually got applied. I'm still hoping. But assuming it did, can you
> enable APIC debugging in include/asm-i386/apic.h, and send the resulting
> honking huge dmesg to me and the other suspects in this on-going saga?
> Preferably both from a plain 2.6.7 kernel (well, "plain" except for the
> DEBUG enable) and from the broken kernel..

If you want the dmesgs, you can get them from

The 'bad' one is before your patch, and the 'good' one is after your patch.


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