A recent "Do my homework for me" question on SO got me thinking: are there sites out there where people are recommending SO as a place where you can get other people to do your work for you? A bit of searching with Bing got me the answer.
I found quite a number of references to SO in the context of homework, but none were what I was afraid of. Still, I thought I'd mention them in case someone else here appreciates the time I wasted on this. ;-) Among other things, I found:
Google your question. If your question is generic enough there is probably a blog post about it somewhere. StackOverflow has quite an impressive repertoire of Django related questions as well. In fact I suggest you to use SO for your non-trivial questions.
Blog post, "Little updates here and there", "Feature Improvements"
This was definitely NOT fun, look I even resorted to asking advice on StackOverflow! (*)
Bem, o problema parece claro: vmalloc() failed. É o seguinte (resumo): o kernel pode alocar espaço para uso na memória física ou na virtual. Para a memória física ele usa kmalloc. Para memória virtual (RAM + swap) ele usa vmalloc. A literatura especializada diz que é raro usar vmalloc. No entanto, encontrei isto:
kmalloc is limited in the size of buffer it can provide: 128 KBytes. If you need a really big buffer, you have to use vmalloc or some other mechanism like reserving high memory at boot.
Fonte: STACK OVERFLOW. What is the difference between vmalloc and kmalloc?. Disponível em http://stackoverflow.com/questions/116343/what-is-the-difference-between-vmalloc-and-kmalloc. Acesso em 14 jul. 09.
Bottom line, I found the exact opposite of what I was looking for, which in this case, is a good thing.
(*) That's "Which is better: shipping a buggy feature or not shipping the feature at all?", so you don't have to look it up.
Here's a little irony. I didn't realize I needed to include a "discussion" tag, so the question was rejected. When I added the tag and sub