Subject: Re: ffs_alloccg panic/reboot under 1.0 (sept 1 i386 bins) (fwd)
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Paul Southworth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/19/1994 10:16:50
I rebuilt the entire system over the last two days (interrupted by
reboots every 2-4 hours) from the current src tarfiles on
ftp.iastate.edu. I no longer get "ffs_alloccg corrupted" -- the panic is
now "panic: blkfree freeing free frag". Anyone have a clue?
---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Sat, 17 Sep 1994 15:12:13 -0400
From: Paul Southworth <pauls@CIC.Net>
Subject: ffs_alloccg panic/reboot under 1.0 (sept 1 i386 bins)
My system goes belly-up about every 2-4 hours and reboots itself. The
error printed to the screen is "ffs_alloccg corrupted".
Using the GENERIC-AHA kernel from the Sept 1 binary tar files.
System is IDE (no SCSI controllers present) with SMC 8216, and an
IBM SLC2-50 CPU (no FPU).
What's the fix for this? Can I rebuild a current kernel without rebuilding
the rest of the OS? (only 4mb RAM in this sucker means it won't get through
a whole build before it reboots again...) Do I use config.new for that?