On Sat, Nov 04, 2000 at 05:02:32AM +0200, Elmer Joandi wrote:
> under serious memory shortage, memory hog running and doing random access
> over 133 MB(128MB ram) and disk output as fast as it could.
> swap(128M) free = 0M, stable high disk io for long time, then
> me killing X with -9 , got oops.
Known problem. When you killed X, all shells wanted to update the
.bash_history (or .history) file at the same time, which triggered the
> /home is on reiserfs, which is on raid, which has 5 slices all on same
> disk (for fun).
> Nov 4 07:22:32 fw kernel: printing eip:
> Nov 4 07:22:32 fw kernel: c0133296
> Nov 4 07:22:32 fw kernel: *pde = 00000000
> Nov 4 07:22:32 fw kernel: Oops: 0000
> Nov 4 07:22:32 fw kernel: CPU: 0
> Nov 4 07:22:32 fw kernel: EIP: 0010:[block_read_full_page+14/500]
Yes, this looks like the symptom.
This was fixed in 2.4.0-test10-pre7, please upgrade to 2.4.0-test10
(final version) and see if it fixed your problem.
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