> Problem is, it seems that your machine is using
> IPV4, TCP, IDE, netfilter and nothing else. Those
> parts of the kernel don't have the above bug (well,
> they didn't mid last year).
> One really, really useful piece of information would
> be the value of the `function' member of the corrupted
> timer. Your debug code prints this out. Do you still
> have the logs?
> Was it ever non-zero?
> If so, what function was it pointing at?
The matchine crashed several times, BEFORE I modified timer.c
it did NOT CRASHED even once after that :(
I am waiting for it to chrash.
when it will crash, I will let you guys know.
But, as I stated before, I fear that because of the changes, the race
condition does not happen any more ...
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