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SubjectRe: Network lockup under load
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On Tue, Nov 22, 2005 at 04:45:02PM +0000, Joe Korty wrote:
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> To trigger the lockup, I do a 'scp -rp' of the kernel
> tree from a machine with a defective kernel to any other
> machine. It triggers anywhere after the first file
> transfered, to perhaps 30 files transfered.

Please generate a stack backtrace of your processes using either
CTRL-SCROLLLOCK or SysRq.

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