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Date:	Sat, 16 Oct 2010 02:14:01 +0300
From:	emin ak <>
To:	Jarek Poplawski <>
Cc:	Andrew Morton <>,,,,
	Anton Vorontsov <>
Subject: Re: [Bugme-new] [Bug 19692] New: linux-2.6.36-rc5 crash with gianfar
 ethernet at full line rate traffic

> Hi Emin,
> Are there any problems with this testing?
> Jarek P.
Hi Jarek.
Sorry for delayed answer. As I promised, I have started the tests on
Monday (in spite of dealing with The Monday Syndrome:)  I had applied
your patch and after two billions packet (and approximatly four hours)
passed kernel crashed with skb_over_panic error similar with first
type. To ensure the patch is failed or not, I rerun the same test
again. That time, surprisingly,  it did'nt crashed again for two days
with same kernel. But this situation had occured before, I think
sometimes because of randomness of the applied ethernet traffic and
mostly because I cant apply all full line rate random traffic to my
target device because of wrong test setup (switch / hardware packet
generator settings etc..), it takes three or more day to crash the
kernel and sometimes it never crashes. My device only and only crashes
when I can apply full line rate random traffic. Before informing you
and the list with (official) test results, I want to be sure with the
truth of them. So that please let me apply more test to the target
device for  a fews day more. After that I wish I'll came with good
Thanks for your time and care alot.
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