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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/5] Candidate fix for increased number of GFP_ATOMIC failures V2
Mel Gorman schrieb am Donnerstag, den 22. Oktober um 16:22 Uhr:

> [No BZ ID] Kernel crash on 2.6.31.x (kcryptd: page allocation failure..)
> This apparently is easily reproducible, particular in comparison to
> the other reports. The point of greatest interest is that this is
> order-0 GFP_ATOMIC failures. Sven, I'm hoping that you in particular
> will be able to follow the tests below as you are the most likely
> person to have an easily reproducible situation.

I will see what I can do on the weekend. Unfortunately the crash happens on
a somewhat important machine and afterwards the Software-RAID needs a resync
which takes a few hours.

Sven

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