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Aug
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comment dd: writing '/dev/null': No space left on device
@forcefsck Done, added the command
Aug
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Aug
13
comment dd: writing '/dev/null': No space left on device
@Patrick added ls -l
Aug
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asked dd: writing '/dev/null': No space left on device
Aug
9
asked memtester runs faster after couple of runs
Jul
24
comment An oom killer thats baffling me
ok thanks for looking.
Jul
24
awarded  Critic
Jul
24
comment An oom killer thats baffling me
But, from the logs I am trying to allocate order 2 pages. And there are enough order 3 pages available. Why is oom killer still being invoked ? "gfp_mask=0xd0, order=2"
Jul
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revised An oom killer thats baffling me
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Jul
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revised An oom killer thats baffling me
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Jul
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revised An oom killer thats baffling me
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Jul
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asked An oom killer thats baffling me
Jul
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awarded  Nice Question
Jun
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comment Battery not detected on my embedded device on reboot
I will hardware details shortly. Thanks.
Jun
2
comment Battery not detected on my embedded device on reboot
@psusi I asked this question to get people's thoughts on this matter. I think, one of the goals of this forum is to discuss seemingly intractable problems. And are you saying that only answerable questions need to be posted here? How would you know that a question is answerable without posting it?
Jun
2
comment Battery not detected on my embedded device on reboot
I can see the logs while it is booting and it clearly says in the boots logs : No battery found ERROR: === BATTERY ID IS INVALID. STOPPING BOOT ===
Jun
2
asked Battery not detected on my embedded device on reboot
Jun
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revised How can I tell what memory RAM address range is being used by uboot?
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Jun
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accepted On touching a new file why is mtime and ctime older than atime?