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Date:	Mon, 17 Jul 2006 14:59:15 +0000
From:	"gmu 2k6" <>
Subject: Re: Re: i686 hang on boot in userspace

On 7/17/06, Roman Zippel <> wrote:
> Hi,
> On Mon, 17 Jul 2006, Uwe Bugla wrote:
> > I have compared 18-rc1-mm1 and 18-rc1-mm2.
> > mm2 contains a patch for timer.c owning almost twice as many hunks than mm1.
> > In so far I was sure it was a timer.c issue.
> You're still guessing, a lot more things changed between 18-rc1-mm1 and
> 18-rc1-mm2. It's rather unlikely that the timer changes fixed your
> problem. You might want to try to revert
> to see whether the problem is back afterwards.

I was preparing a post to lkml about a similar hang which happens
during init. I also saw an error while ntpdate tried to set the
time/get the time. this only happens after I've enabled the NX bit on
the dual 32bit Xeons installed in the HP Proliant Server. it works
flawlessly with (CONFIG_X86_PAE and CONFIG_HIGHMEM_64) but
since 2.6.18-rc2-git4 (including 2.6.18-rc2) it hangs late in the init

could this be related?
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