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> Issues surrounding ext4 and the MRG/-rt kernel, ext4 may not be stable in the -rt build
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 Posted: Dec 28 2012, 04:54 PM
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It would appear that the -rt / MRG folk are busy tracking down various deadlocks that can occur in the -rt / MRG kernel using ext4 as the underlying file system.

For now we're backing off to ext3 to see if that gives us any better stability.
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QUOTE (staffantj @ Dec 28 2012, 10:54 AM)
It would appear that the -rt / MRG folk are busy tracking down various deadlocks that can occur in the -rt / MRG kernel using ext4 as the underlying file system.

For now we're backing off to ext3 to see if that gives us any better stability.


Which kernel version are you talking about?
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