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2.0.34 error: Freelist block not free

Greetings!  I just upgraded this machine to Debian 2.0 a few days ago.
The kernel (2.0.34) was untouched and had been running smoothly for
months.  This machine runs diald/pppd/IP masquerade as a corporate
gateway to the Internet.  Over the weekend, The following errors
started showing up:

Aug 1 17:03:01 debian kernel: Problem: block on freelist at 0174d610
isn't free.  
Aug 1 18:01:53 debian last message repeated 6 times
Of course, this "problem" resulted in all sorts of processes being
randomly killed.

Is this bad memory, a problem with the new pppd, a kernel bug, a
fluke, or what?

Any advice would be much appreciated.  This machine has been rock
solid for about a year, with uptimes > 90 days.


Camm Maguire			     			camm@enhanced.com
"The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens."  --  Baha'u'llah

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