Re: mkfs.ext2 triggerd RAM corruption

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On Fri, May 04, 2007 at 04:59:51PM +0200, Bernd Schubert wrote:
> I'm presently rather puzzled, if this is really a kernel bug, its a big bug. 
> Summary: The system ramdisk (initrd) gets corrupted while running
> mkfs.ext2 on a local sata disk partition.

What distribution are you using?  What's the hardware configuration,
including amount of memory?  What is the partition table look
like for /dev/sda?  What filesystems are mounted?  If you have any
soft RAID partitions, are any of them using part of /dev/sda?  What
swap partitions are you using?  And do any of the swap partitions
overlap with /dev/sda?  :-)

						- Ted
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