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SubjectRe: stuck in generic_file_aio_write()

> > See below. The other machine is mostly identifical, except for i8042
> > missing (probably due to running an older kernel, or small differences in
> > the kernel config).
> >
> Does the other machine have the same problems?

No, but that machine has a lot less disk and networkactivity.

> Are you able to rule out a hardware failure?

100% ? No, but the hardware is relatively new (about a year old), and of
good quality. It's hard to reprodure, so looking at it when it starts to
fault isn't possible either :(

> The disk interrupt is unshared, which rules out a few software problems, I
> guess.

Indeed. Bah, I hate these kind of things :(


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