> > The following command totally freezes v2.1.126 after a while:
> > dd if=/dev/sdc0 of=/dev/null
> > with /dev/sdc0 my cdrom drive.
> > The following modules are inserted
> > sr_mod 17900 1 (autoclean)
> > cdrom 11424 0 (autoclean) [sr_mod]
> > isofs 16204 1 (autoclean)
> > Even if the CD has a damaged surface, the kernel should not freeze, I think.
> > In /var/adm/syslog I cannot find anything valuable...
> Known bug. You can do it with damaged floppies sometimes too
Nice to know, but: if it is known, will it be fixed? I think, a non-freezing
kernel is -- hrrrm -- somehow vital for a running system. Or should I be wrong
in this point ? ;-) :-);-) :-);-) :-);-) :-);-) :-);-) :-);-) :-);-) :-)
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