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SubjectRe: another ext3 kernel BUG
Hi Eric,

thanks for the answer.

On Mo, 13 Jun 2011, Eric Sandeen wrote:
> Disassembly of your code might show which register has i_state ... I wonder if this could possibly be corruption of some sort? It'd be nice to know what was found in i_state. Modifying iput() to print it out prior to the bug_on might also help. Just a thought.

Ok, I will try to patch something in and see what happens if I hit it

> You seem uniquely able to hit it, and you do have a truckload of interesting modules loaded. :)

Interesting modules?
alsa stuff, bluetooth, fuse/fat/vfat for ntfs/external drives, wlan
the only thing that stand out is the vbox* I guess, all the others are
pretty standard, aren't they?

Best wishes

Norbert Preining preining@{,,}
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