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SubjectRe: Bug#502583: scary messages in dmesg
On Sat, Oct 18, 2008 at 4:04 AM, Rogério Brito <rbrito@ime.usp.br> wrote:
> Hi, Alexandre.

Hi there, Rogério!

> As these messages indicate something going wild in kernelland (due to the
> stack trace), I'm CC'ing the linux-kernel mailing list. It is probably
> triggered by something probably not related to usbmount.

Ok...

> Just for extra information, what kind of fs do you have on your memory
> stick? Can you provide extra details on the situation?

It's not a memory stick, it's a hard disk with ext3 file system. I
just plugged it it and the disk was automatically mounted in /dev/ext3
with no abnormal messages in dmesg. That weird messages appeared when
I unpplugged the disk (without umounting it, as it should be done when
using usbmount, right?).

When mounted I got a message asking for a fsck to be run on disk
because of many mount/umount processes without performing that
procedure.

By the way I think I've lost no data, but that messages are pretty
scary. I'm sorry I can't help that much, since I'm no more that a user
and big fan of Linux.

> Regards, Rogério Brito.
>
> P.S.: Alexandre's complete dmesg is available at
> http://bugs.debian.org/502583

Thanks for caring about this bug (if it is a bug).

Regards, Alexandre
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