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Date:	Tue, 26 Apr 2011 04:02:49 GMT
Subject: [Bug 25832] kernel crashes when a mounted ext3/4 file system is
 physically removed

--- Comment #76 from Theodore Tso <>  2011-04-26 03:28:39 ---
So for this latest result, which file systems have you been using?  ext3? ext4?
ntfs? vfat?

--- Comment #77 from rocko <>  2011-04-26 04:02:41 ---
This is with ext4 on both the root file system and the external USB drive.

AFAIK, I have only ever reproduced the crash on ext4, but I haven't done much
experimentation with ext3 as I don't use it. Another user told me he had the
same issue - oops on resume after removing drive - and he was using an ext3
drive. I did try reproducing the crash with vfat and ntfs but couldn't make the
kernel crash.

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