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SubjectRe: early boot lockup with 2.6.23-rc1
On Fri, Aug 10, 2007 at 10:20:31PM +0300, Mikko Rapeli wrote:
> I've bisected thus far, if it helps:

Bisect came to this conclusion:

git-bisect start
# good: [4eb6bf6bfb580afaf1e1a1d30cba17a078530cf4] lots-of-architectures: enable arbitary speed tty support
git-bisect good 4eb6bf6bfb580afaf1e1a1d30cba17a078530cf4
# bad: [773208946a132fb733ba273ee8562814f828cc28] Revert "USB: fix gregkh-usb-usb-use-menuconfig-objects"
git-bisect bad 773208946a132fb733ba273ee8562814f828cc28
# bad: [dc690d8ef842b464f1c429a376ca16cb8dbee6ae] Merge
git-bisect bad dc690d8ef842b464f1c429a376ca16cb8dbee6ae
# good: [15028aad00ddf241581fbe74a02ec89cbb28d35d] [TG3]: Update version to 3.78.
git-bisect good 15028aad00ddf241581fbe74a02ec89cbb28d35d
# bad: [82afee684fe3badaf5ee3fc5b6fda687d558bfb5] Merge
git-bisect bad 82afee684fe3badaf5ee3fc5b6fda687d558bfb5
# bad: [c39736823232bc3ca113c8228fa852c09fba300e] Remove old i386 setup code
git-bisect bad c39736823232bc3ca113c8228fa852c09fba300e
# good: [5be865661516263d90317a6b35b588a2d7c3cb55] String-handling functions for the new x86 setup code.
git-bisect good 5be865661516263d90317a6b35b588a2d7c3cb55
# good: [3b53d3045bbb8ea3c9dce663b102eab0903817c5] MCA support for new x86 setup code
git-bisect good 3b53d3045bbb8ea3c9dce663b102eab0903817c5
# good: [7052fdd890bda0b3904674b69a1d24aec0a10d67] Code for actual protected-mode entry
git-bisect good 7052fdd890bda0b3904674b69a1d24aec0a10d67
# good: [f2d98ae63dc64dedb00499289e13a50677f771f9] Linker script for the new x86 setup code
git-bisect good f2d98ae63dc64dedb00499289e13a50677f771f9
# bad: [91a6c462b02d8dc02dbe95e5a407d78078a38d01] Use the new x86 setup code for x86-64; unify with i386
git-bisect bad 91a6c462b02d8dc02dbe95e5a407d78078a38d01
# bad: [4fd06960f120e02e9abc802a09f9511c400042a5] Use the new x86 setup code for i386
git-bisect bad 4fd06960f120e02e9abc802a09f9511c400042a5

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