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Re: fsck signal 11s



In message <E142D0w-0006vR-00@kings-cross.london.uk.eu.org>
          Philip Blundell <philb@gnu.org> wrote:

> >Any ideas why this happens, or failing that, suggestions as to how to
> >trace the problem.
> 
> What kernel are you using?  For some reason, fsck seems to be very prone to 
> trip the `weird data abort' problem.

2.2.16-rmk3 - same kernel in both cases, but with slightly different
configurations.  The main difference being lack of RAM Disk in non-bf
kernel (the one it does crash under)

Peter

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