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Re: __alloc_pages: errors resolved? [wa Re: __alloc_pages: 2-order allocation failed]


I realize your time is limited (I know mine is, and I'm sure I'm not
the only one - heh).  I guess I was a little annoyed at you not
responding to my previous posts...

In any case, I'm happy that at least *someone* is aware of the problem,
along with having a setup that currently works.  I'll hold out hope
that it'll be fixed eventually (if it isn't already?).  I'm not
surprised that this wouldn't be the top thing on your to-do list.

Thank you, David.  Even if you haven't managed to resolve the issue,
you did manage to narrow it down.

Good luck.

On Tue, Jun 07, 2005 at 02:13:32PM -0700, David S. Miller said:
> On Tue, 7 Jun 2005 11:13:21 -0400
> Mike Edwards <sauron-debian-sparc@psychology.rutgers.edu> wrote:
> > I've abandoned the Debian 2.4 kernels in favor of vanilla 2.4.30, and
> > this problem has yet to crop up.
> > 
> >  11:03:06 up 9 days, 18:42, 13 users,  load average: 0.47, 0.17, 0.14
> > 
> > Working on 10 days uptime, and no complaints.  The SMTP server has yet
> > to stop responding, too.
> This doesn't surprise me at all.
> > Instead of ignoring the issue, can you please look into it?
> I'm glad that you think you can allocate my time and my priorities
> however you wish, but sadly this is not the case.
> I currently have more pressing matters, as networking maintainer, and
> simply have zero time to look into any sparc issues lately.
> Sorry.

Mike Edwards <sauron-debian-sparc@psychology.rutgers.edu>
System Administrator
Psychology Department, Rutgers University, Newark campus

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