Eric Sandeen wrote:
Do you have preemption enabled? Can you try without? I put per-cpu
variables into xfs for xfs statistics, and I think it might be the
problem. I ran changes through our qa suite and it looked fine, but I
did not think to turn on preemption - and preempt changes the way
per-cpu vars work.
On Thu, 2003-10-02 at 08:07, Steve Lord wrote:
On Thu, 2003-10-02 at 07:15, Klaus Strebel wrote:
the latest CVS from linux-2.5-xfs gives me the attached messages on
mount of an xfs filesystem (/home), all preceding mounts are ext3/ext2
filesystems. I compiled with GCC-3.3 on SuSE-8.2. Any hints, ideas, patches?
I have been looking at this, no answer yet, time to look at recent diffs
and see what we broke I think.
Yep, that made the trick. I don't need preempt, just looks like a
interesting new feature ;-).
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