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SubjectRe: 2.6.25-rc3-mm1 - BUG at system shutdown time

* <> wrote:

> On Fri, 21 Mar 2008 20:58:13 BST, Ingo Molnar said:
> > no, we frequently regenerate the x86.git tree so the dates have little
> > relevance. If for any particular pull, x86/base is good and x86/latest
> > is bad, then the bug is somewhere in those 200-300 patches inbetween.
> > They are lined up linearly so should be perfectly bisectable.
> OK, off to go try the last few bisects then...

well ... your git bisection log does look suspiciously 'good', so
something is wrong thee i think :-(

the chance to get 8 'good' bisection points in a row is 1:256. OTOH, the
freshest x86 patches are always at the 'end' of the queue - which are
also the ones most likely to break anything.

Are you sure the x86/base point is indeed 'good'? You can check it via:

git-checkout -b tmp x86/base

and build+boot it.


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