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SubjectRe: -next20181010,1011 regression: thinkpad x60 (32 bit) dies during boot.
Hi!

> > > > I updated to todays next... and boot crashes with
> > > >
> > > > ..
> > > > Call Trace:
> > > > kick_ilb
> > > > trigger_load_balance
> > > > ? active_load..
> > > > scheduler_tick
> > > > update_process_times
> > > > tick_nohz_handler
> > > >
> > > > -next20181005 worked ok.
> >
> > Problem is still there in today's next.
>
> So what came in between -next20181005 and the first bad one? kernel/sched/*
> being the first place to look at.

kernel/sched does not seem to contain anything too scary.

I know that -next20181005 works ok, and I know -next20181010 is
bad. Is there easy way to bisect using that information? I can do
bisect between -next and mainline, but that's a lot of patches and
thus not much fun :-(.

In the meantime, I reproduced the failure with T40p. Is there someone
with working x86-32 in -next?
Pavel
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