Subject: Re: possible problem with NFS?
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Christos Zoulas <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/03/1995 15:12:02
In article <> writes:
>A follow up to the message that I posted to the list yesterday:
>I don't get any crashes if I mount the NFS disk over TCP, only if I
>use UDP.  
>It's looking like either:
>a) there is a bug in the UDP code in the kernel that has been
>introduced recently and is tweaked just the wrong way by being run on
>a PCMCIA 3c589 card.
>b) there is a bug in the PCMCIA 3c589 drivers that is tweaked in just
>the wrong way by some changes that were introduced recently elsewhere
>in the kernel (the PCMCIA and 3c589 patches worked just fine under
>I still haven't received any good ideas on how to go about debugging
>this.  I guess what would be really nice is a system for tracking
>memory management calls in the kernel.  I don't suppose anyone has
>written anything like that?  If not, I guess I'll probably have to do
>it myself.

I am getting a lot of these. Only in send{msg,to} and recv{msg,from}, so
it is clearly udp related...