On Tue, Jun 20, 2000 at 04:09:02PM -0700, Michael S. Fischer wrote:
> Since our last kernel fix (kindly provided by Alexey), we have run
> into yet another kernel oops on our machines. This oops appears to
> occur on 2.2.12 through 2.2.16 kernels on heavily loaded machines.
> It typically happens after a few days of runtime. It's not nearly as
> impacting as the last bug we found, but still, perhaps it can be fixed
> at the same record speed we got our last patch :-)
It is a similar problem that the other patch worked around -- your
socket chains are corrupted. You seem to be the only seeing such problems.
What compiler are you using ?
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