Try turning off vmiodirenable:
sysctl -w vfs.vmiodirenable=0
And see if that makes a difference.
:On one of my current boxes I run amanda, which some 2 weeks ago (after an
:upgrade to that current) started dying reliable when the backup started.
:the ntfs FS is mounted on /nt
:2 seconds of testing showed that 'tar -czf /dev/null /nt' was enough for
:a kernel panick within 2 seconds.
:A few upgrades later the problem still exists.
:Before I go through the trouble of collecting the backtraces and make
:kernel dumps and all: do other people have this problem as well? Or is
:this part of the NTFS module not really updated after the KSE happening?
:(I have now disabled all local filesystems from the backup, since only
:excluding the NTFS backup didn't solve the problem, still a crash, that
:one I haven't looked at later on)
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