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Subject: xfs hang
From: Rahul Jain <rahul@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2001 05:04:07 -0600
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The following is a backtrace I got from kdb's "bt" function during a hang
generated by "apt-get update". It's not a character-for-character reproduction,
since I had to write down the trace by hand, and didn't want to write down the
entire thing. It does contain all the stack frames, however.

===

do_buffer_fdatasync+0xa3 (0xc50ea714, 0, -1, 0xc01242dc)
generic_buffer_fdatasync+0x5b (0xc50ea660, 0, -1)
pagebuf_flush+0x79 (0xc50ea660, 0, 0, 0)
fl_flush_pages+0x70 (0xc4fe4078, 0, 0, -1, -1)
xfs_fsync+0x19c (0xc4fe4078, 5, 0, 0, 0)
linvfs_fsync+0x69 (0xc96c1f20, 0xc95bc8a0, 1)
msync_interval+0x76 (0xe941de0, 0x40258000, 0x40484000, 4, 0xc7db0000)
sys_msync+0xa8 (0x40258000, 0x22b337, 4, 0xbffff47c, 0xbffff4e8)
system_call+0x33

===

I'm using version 2.4.1 from cvs (I had just completed cvs updating the xfs
tree before this happened.)

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