Subject: Help with -current kernel...
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Tim Liddelow <email@example.com>
Date: 01/05/1996 09:58:22
My -current sup tree is pretty much up to date. However, I am finding that
a 1.1A kernel doesn't work with any program that seems to access kvm, i.e.
top or pstat. pstat -T gives the following output:
pstat: malloc: Cannot allocate memory
Now my firt thought was that my version of pstat was broken, so I compiled and
tested the one in my -current tree (ensuring my include files were up to date
as well). This gives exactly the same output. My version of libkvm is 4.0
and is a Dec 19 compile/install.
A 1.1_ALPHA (from the distribution upgrade floppy) kernel works fine.
Can someone shed some light on this ?
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