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SubjectRe: [BUG] SLOB breaks Crypto
On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 3:39 PM,  <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've been trying to get Linux Kernel Crypto up&running
> on an AMD Geode LX board (Alix 2d2) but instantly
> experienced a huge amount of errors that look much like
> general memory corruption. Among them where NULL-pointer errors in
> net/core/dst.c, ath9k_skb_.*, net_skb.*, page table corruption,
> NULL-pointer errors in add_swap.* (with no swap installed at all) and
> many more. These errors could be trigger by loading tcrypt for any
> installed algorithm severeal times or by loading tcrypt without
> paramters or by compiling crypto statically into the kernel or by
> installing and loading cryptodev or ocf-linux.
> I've had the system configured with SLOB and all memory debugging
> enabled. All of these errors instantly disappeared when switching back
> to SLAB.

Even with CONFIG_DEBUG_SLAB enabled or with CONFIG_SLUB and

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