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profile path bug again (was Re: mm kernel oops with r8169 & named, PREEM

To: Danny <dannydaemonic@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: profile path bug again (was Re: mm kernel oops with r8169 & named, PREEMPT)
From: Francois Romieu <romieu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 2004 12:01:26 +0200
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Danny <dannydaemonic@xxxxxxxxx> :
[profile path bug hits hard]
> Also posting the oops directly instead of linking to it probably
> allows people passing by to look at the oops, increasing the total
> number of eyes.

Yes.

Oops posting is still on-topic in l-k.

> I have a quick question though, if I'm using the kernel with all the
> debug features turned on, should I still run it through ksymoops?

Your file named "oops-raw" contained the relevant information.

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Ueimor

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