[kernel] bug#158: marked as done (kernel: two kernel BUGs in page_alloc.c)

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Package: kernel
Version: 2.4.16-64-smp

On a dual A500 (sarti.debian.org) I got:

kernel BUG at page_alloc.c:84!
kernel BUG at page_alloc.c:207!

 83         if (PageLRU(page))
 84                 BUG();

 206                         if (PageLRU(page))
 207                                 BUG();

Linux sarti 2.4.16-64-smp #1 SMP Fri Dec 7 16:53:30 MST 2001 parisc64 unknown

ii  kernel-image-2.4.16-64-smp        16.1   64 bit SMP Linux kernel image for version 2.4.16 on HPPA.

The machine carried on fine for another day or so before going into
the usual D-death-hang...


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From: grundler@dsl2.external.hp.com (Grant Grundler)

I used to see this too and haven't in quite some time.
My a500, gsyprf11, is getting regular use these days as
gcc/binutils build machine for 3 developers.

While 2.4.18 isn't stable with CONFIG_SMP enabled, 2.4.17 series
does seem to be quite stable. 2.4.17 kernels for A500 are
available on ftp.parisc-linux.org/kernels/a500/