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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
http://shells.gnugeneration.com/~jeffpc/kernel/logs/.

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

Jeff.

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