> Anthony Lau (email@example.com) wrote:
> > It took awhile for the next oops to appear. I modifed my boot
> > procedure by turning off swap with "swapoff -a" and allowed the
> > system to run. I waited until all of my 1.5GB of physical RAM was
> > allocated (cached or in use), and let the system to contiue to
> > run. The system ran stably for 2 days with normal use. I then
> > switch swap back on with "swapon -a".
> Well. In my case, I tried without swap enabled.
> It still crashed when I issued "tar cf usr.tar /usr"
> G. H. S.
Sorry. My problem and many others' problem with 2.4.21-pre3-ac2 are
not quite related to that of the original poster.
I was confused when I saw swap-related posting.
G. H. S.
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