I use 0.85, I had some wierd problems with it in -CURRENT. I've moved down
to 4.1.1-STABLE till some of this stuff in -CURRENT cools down.
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On Fri, 13 Oct 2000, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
> On 12-Oct-00 Bob Bishop wrote:
> > >It's not. My current box that is having problems has an fxp0 card.
> > >BTW, what speed is your processor? I'm curious because the PPro 200
> > >I have here is having problems, but the PIII-700 isn't very affected.
> > Try removing SMP_DEBUG from your config (see
> > Message-ID: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> > from Jason Evans on this thread).
> That worked for me...
> Does anyone here run the really new version of Licq?
> I know it sounds dumb, but it seems that if I run it and do some reasonably
> heavy disk, processes start getting stuck in things like vnlock, inode and
> Daniel O'Connor software and network engineer
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