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Re: Kernel crash on yosemite

Subject: Re: Kernel crash on yosemite
From: TheNop <>
Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2005 08:20:38 +0100
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I'm sorry, but all the discussion on this thread did'n help me to solve my problem. Since more than a month I'm waitig to get a yosemite board with 1.2 version. This still stops my development, when I can't use the yosemite with 1.1 version.

In another therad we discuss to create a patch (slowpath) for the titan version 1.1. the patch I apply to the the newer kernel sources (2.6.11.rc1) but, I have the same problems. So I think the problem could be the slowpath thing.

Have anybody an idee how to figure out what could be the problem when I make "cp foo foo1" (foo is a lage file ~3,5 Mb)?

Best regards

Manish Lachwani wrote:

Ralf Baechle wrote:

On Mon, Feb 07, 2005 at 06:02:08PM -0800, Manish Lachwani wrote:

I completely agree. In any case, I dont think the CVS sources ever supported SMP for Titan < 1.2, correct?

No, that would have either meant taking a heavy performance penalty or
hacking mm in very ugly ways.

How would I not know this? After all, I was the one who actually put this code together to get SMP to work on Titan 1.0 and 1.1, remember? ;) And you are right, there is no reason to put such hacks.

Manish Lachwani

And due to the probably low numbers of
the early silicon and the availability of later revisions the reason
for such hacks was low anyway.


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