Re: *REPRODUCIBLE CRASH* with 2.0.12 kernel (earlier kernels also)
From: Randy Gobbel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> but when I try to run it on a relatively large password
> file, I get a system freeze after running for around 45 minutes.
Watch its memory usage, and see if it is using up your swap space.
It's probably dying when memory usage gets to a particular value.
You might be able to get around the problem by adding swap space.
Of course it should fail more gracefully than hanging the system.
> Deleted inode 281219 has zero dtime.
We have allocated the inode in /usr/src/linux/fs/ext/ialloc.c, but we
have not gotten to use it for something (or that something did not get
its block written from the RAM cache to disk before the crash). Harmless.
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