Re: Oops in 2.6.10-rc1 (almost solved)
From: Christian Kujau
Date: Thu Nov 11 2004 - 20:29:15 EST
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Linus Torvalds schrieb:
> This is why I take random unexplained (but pinpointed) problems so
> seriously. If it wasn't as apparently random, we could file it under
> "known problem" and decide to try to fix it later. As it is, it's filed
> under "known cause", but since we don't know _why_, it might cause totally
> different problems on another machine, and that just makes it too painful
> for words.
just after sending my last mail i too (re)thought about this and i'd have
begged Matt to revert the patch if it was not *only* me having this issue.
but i can see your point here and i appreciate your decision.
> So the changeset is reverted for now in the current -bk tree, and I'll
> make a -rc2 this weekend and hope that we can stabilize for 2.6.10.
BOFH excuse #96:
Vendor no longer supports the product
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