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Re: [suse-security] kupdated in uninterrupatable sleep after kernel update
In message <20031209104933.GA1246@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Erik Hensema
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 12:10:13AM +0100, Erik Hensema wrote:
One of our SuSE 8.1 servers is experiencing problems since the security
update for the do_brk() bug. Maybe this should be forwarded to SuSE's
kernel team, but since it started after upgrading the kernel I decided to
post the report here.
It seems that this machine has been upgraded to a SUSE 9.0 kernel. My other
SuSE 8.1 machines are also running 2.4.21-151-default. They were upgraded
My 8.2 machines, also upgraded by YOU, are running 2.4.20-4GB-athlon.
Did someome copy the wrong rpm to the 8.1 update directory?
Yes, this seems to have broken one or two things round here, it didn't
cross my mind it was a mistake, I sort of assumed that 2.4.19 couldn't
be updated satisfactorily. If it was a file copying error, then that
would explain why they didn't check various dependencies! Hope if it was
an error SuSE will admit it soon, and give us a suitable 8.1 kernel
update before I try to recompile various other things, and break yet
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