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SubjectRe: 2.6.25-rc hangs
On Sun, 9 Mar 2008, Eric Sandeen wrote:
>> I tried to follow the git-bisect manpage (and have successfully used
>> bisect in the past a few times), but I think ~5700 revisions between
>> 2.6.24 and 2.6.25 are just too much fuzz. The bisect logs so far, with
>> my comments inbetween:
> Christian, what is the test you are using for the bisect?

Sorry, I don't understand: which "test" do you mean?

I did the bisect as per the bisect log and then just rebooted. Which gave
me no usable results yet. I'm trying to boot 2.6.25-rc1 in a few moments
and see if the hang is there as well. If it is, I'll start bisecting again
and hope that "halfway between -rc1 and .24" will be a bootable kernel
this time...

The "error" I'm trying to chase is a system "hang", but no instant lockup.
I can reproduce this by increasing disk I/O. I did this primarily with
rsync from different filesystems to my backup XFS partition. After a few
minutes, the INFO: messages[0] appeared.


BOFH excuse #2:

solar flares

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