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SubjectRe: x86_64 system lockup from userspace using setitimer()
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Johannes Bauer <JohannesBauer@gmx.de> writes:

> Dear Community,
>
> I think I've encountered a bug with the Linux kernel which results in a
> complete system lockup and which can be started without root
> priviliges. It's reproducible with 2.6.20.1 and 2.6.20.2 and only x64_64
> seems affected.

I can also reproduce it on ia64 with 2.6.20. 2.6.16.42 is ok.

Andreas.

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