I got the error while I was compiling XFree86 4 CVS and kernel. So
that's what I've been doing in multiples along witha couple otehr things
thrown inthe mix to generate lots of disk i/o.
Nothing yet, but I'm pretty sure my machine hates me for putting it
Alexander Viro wrote:
> Bloody interesting. I don't see anything recent that could affect the
> areas in question. Intersting versions to check: 11-pre5 and 11-pre6.
> It smells like buffer cache corruption, but I don't see anything
> relevant. __generic_unplug_device() change loock pretty innocent,
> ditto for bh_kmap() ones in raid5 and on ext2 side we had two obviously
> equivalent replacements (pre5->pre6). No buffer.c changes, no VM ones.
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