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Re: memory.c - bad pmd - x86_64



Dave Jones - Thu, Jun 02 2005 15:01:20 -0400:

> On Thu, Jun 02, 2005 at 08:55:40PM +0200, Christoph Franke wrote:
>  > Dave Jones - Thu, Jun 02 2005 14:25:48 -0400:
>  > 
>  > > Is it repeatable ? Does it behave again if you boot with
>  > > exec-shield=0 ? or exec-shield-randomize=0 ?
>  > 
>  > Yes, it is repeatable, teamspeak segfaults on every start. Ntpd
>  > segfaults on both build -30 and -31 during boot, but can be restarted
>  > afterwards. Will try a boot with exec-shield=0 tomorrow morning and pass
>  > through the results.
> 
> Ok.

Ok, I did a reboot with parameter exec-shield=0 and teamspeak started
right away. Ntpd is unchanged, here is the output

 3 Jun 06:29:10 ntpd[4293]: synchronized to 192.53.103.104, stratum 1
  3 Jun 06:46:04 ntpd[4293]: synchronized to 192.53.103.103, stratum 1
   3 Jun 07:15:59 ntpd[4293]: ntpd exiting on signal 15
    3 Jun 07:18:40 ntpd[3066]: signal_no_reset: signal 17 had flags
    4000000
     3 Jun 07:18:42 ntpd[3066]: signal_no_reset: signal 14 had flags
     4000000

A restart though works as already mentioned.

>  > Besides: may I ask if your plans to release a 2.6.12 kernel rpm for FC3
>  > are stil valid?
> 
> Sure, but from the looks of things, thats still a way into the future,
> so I'd expect to see antoher 2.6.11 based errata for FC3 first.
> Upstream still seems a few weeks off (I've heard a few rumours about
> a -rc6 being planned).  FC4 will get a rebase to 2.6.12, and a week
> or so later (if all goes well), I'll do a backport of the FC4 kernel
> (minus bits like Xen) to FC3, and see what breaks.

Ok. Thanks in advance.

Christoph

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