Fabian Keil <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Fabian Keil <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Daichi GOTO <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > Fabian Keil wrote:
> > What I'm doing is:
> > fk@TP51 ~ $mkdir /tmp/unionfs-src/
> > fk@TP51 ~ $mount_unionfs /tmp/unionfs-src /usr/src
> > fk@TP51 ~ $cd /usr/src
> > fk@TP51 /usr/src $patch -p1 < ~/test/combi.patch
> > fk@TP51 /usr/src $find /tmp/unionfs-src/ -type f
> > [Panic]
> > ~/test/combi.patch changes about twenty files.
fk@TP51 ~ $grep +++ ~/test/combi.patch | wc -l
> > I'm not sure if it's important, but /usr was mounted
> > readonly and /tmp is a different file system.
I got the same panic with /usr mounted rewritable
and both directories on the same file system this time.
Running patch -p1 < ~/test/combi.patch seems to be
enough to trigger the panic.
I tried three runs with a smaller patch (unionfs6-p11.diff)
without panic, I then took the bigger patch again and
a few seconds later the system panicked.
> Another thing which could be significant or not:
> After my last mail I closed Xorg and tried to reproduce the
> panic two times, but couldn't. After a reboot the panic
> occurred right after the first attempt.
I'm not sure anymore if I used the same patch the first times.