Re: Re2: linux-2.6.37 crash reproduced - here is a screenshot
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On 03/05/2011 11:47 AM, Jaroslav Fojtik wrote:
Dear Edward Shishkin,I don't see any reiser4 bits in the stacktrace.It might be scrolled down.
Could you please send your .config? Thanks, Edward.
I am sending two new hang reports.Could you please try to reproduce it without reiser4? Report about results.I could try it, but reformating partition on test disk and fill it with graphics magick mirror spends around 8 hours. Fortunatelly this process is automatical and could run during night. Linux-2.6.32 is very stable. I have never experimented with other releases. regards JaraThanks, Edwardbest regards JaraOn 03/04/2011 12:24 AM, Jaroslav Fojtik wrote:Dear Edward Shishkin,Great.Sorry, after several attempts I managed to crash Linux even with kernel linux-2.6.37. No trace in log, system completely frozen and beeper sounded. It takes several hours to transfer 400 Gigabyte test data and create full stress of filesystem. I have improved my stress test and managed to find something with mc paralelly with data copying.Ok, I'll try to reproduce. Is you "/" on reiser4 partition? Thanks, Edward.
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