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Re: ext3 and ls in a deletted directory



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On Sun, 7 Oct 2001, Qing Liu wrote:

> Hi,
>
> With kernel 2.4.10, when I do
>
> $ mkdir foo; cd foo; rmdir ../foo; ls
>
> then ls becomes zombie.
>
> $ ps xau|grep ls
> liu        596  0.0  0.0   148   88 ?        D    12:03   0:00 ls
>
> This does not happen with 2.4.10 on an ext2 filesystem,
> nor with 2.4.9/ext3. The command cd instead of ls is OK.
>
> Distribution is Slackware 8.0 and the kernels are stock ones.
>
>
> Liu
>
>
>
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Hello,
	There have been lots of postings regarding problems with ext3 and
the 2.4.10 stock kernel. read up on the threads. try using an ac patch for
it, 2.4.10-ac4 seems to be stable for my box :)

Mark
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