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Re: [opensuse] Beagle crashes hard my machine. Removing beagle impedes nautilus from running.
  • From: Andreas Jaeger <aj@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 4 Jan 2009 10:50:11 +0100
  • Message-id: <200901041050.15161.aj@xxxxxxx>
On Saturday 03 January 2009 13:00:54 Carlos E. R. wrote:
On Saturday, 2009-01-03 at 12:43 +0200, auxsvr@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Monday 22 December 2008, Carlos E. R. wrote:
No... I don't think I have it. I searched on the bug names in my list
and I don't see that one looking for reiser or beagle. I heard of it and
I waited till it was solved before I upgraded. But as my factory install
at the time did not show the symptoms, I couldn't report on it.

I just had 3 system hangs (SysRq-B works, SysRq-S doesn't) in succession,
right after KDE (and beagle) starts. Killing beagle right after KDE
started the fourth time prevented the hang, so it must be the same issue
as yours. I notice a pattern here that might be relevant: every time I'm
using a vanilla kernel, which I compile myself and has reiserfs in the
kernel, I get "ReiserFS: sda2: warning: Invalid hash for xattr
(user.Beagle) associated with [101 45992 0x0 SD]" messages for various
files in the system log. These error messages never appear when I use the
opensuse kernel, this has been the case since 10.3, if I remember
correctly. The hangs started right after I booted with the vanilla

Do you have a bug # to add this information?

Yes, please, do! :-))

Bug 448007, at Novell.

There has not been any movement since Dec 22 in this bug, so we need
people reporting this so that they invest resources in solving it.

Carlos, many people are at Christmas vacation, so no surprise that you don't
see a reaction. I expect some activity next week again...

Happy New Year,
Andreas Jaeger, Director Platform / openSUSE, aj@xxxxxxx
SUSE LINUX Products GmbH, GF: Markus Rex, HRB 16746 (AG Nürnberg)
Maxfeldstr. 5, 90409 Nürnberg, Germany
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