Subject: Re: pmap_collect(...) messages
To: Mark Willey <>
From: Frank van der Linden <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/01/1996 22:57:51
Quoting Mark Willey,

> 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
> checks?

Since there is a #ifdef DEBUG around this message in sys/arch/i386/i386/pmap.c,
the answer would be: yes. You need to trim down the DEBUG defines or be more
selective with them.

- Frank