Subject: pmap_collect(...) messages
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Mark Willey <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/01/1996 10:51:14
Hi, all.

I compiled up to 1.2 beta (-current as of Friday) and now all of my
machines are complaining such as:

pmap_collect(f87a9584) pmap_collect(f87a9184) pmap_collect(f8795c84)
pmap_collect(f8793084) pmap_collect(f878d584) pmap_collect(f878b284)
pmap_collect(f8763984) pmap_collect(f875c984) pmap_collect(f875cc84)
pmap_collect(f875cf84) etc, etc, etc

(These are all i386, BTW.)  Is this a bad thing, and how do I get rid of
these things?  My kernel is compiled with all the debug options there are
for the sound card work I'm doing - is this a result of those debugging

On an unrelated note, the sound coming out of my sound blaster 16 sounds
even worse now than it did before.  Not only are there popping noises, but
the data seems to be a little garbled as well.  Any idea about this?  And
no, this isn't a result of *my* patches, thanks!  ;-)  ;-)  ;-)