Subject: Re: README: process reaper committed
To: Chris G. Demetriou <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Ryan Ordway <email@example.com>
Date: 09/09/1998 17:35:52
> > > I'd be interested to know:
> > >
> > > * what versions of kernels (and with what names) worked with what
> > > versions of libraries
> > Actually, the problem is that I first booted it, named
> > /netbsd.BRAHMS-4 (config BRAHMS #4)... which confused things, I am
> > guessing. The same kernel named /netbsd works just fine.
> the only change was the kernel name, and you're absolutely sure
> (e.g. from the kernel boot messages) that the correct kernel was being
> booted in each case?
Yep. In all cases it shows up as:
NetBSD 1.3H (BRAHMS) #1: Wed Sep 9 08:18:04 PDT 1998
Yes, it says #1, but it is actually the 5th compile. I've
> Do you have any programs in your startup sequence that _do_ mess
> seriously with kernel variables, load LKMs (<- !!!), etc?
Nope. Just the various network and local daemons, like apache,
sshd, inetd, etc.
> Does the Right Thing happen if you change your kvm_mkdb invocation to
> make create the DB from /netbsd.BRAHMS-4?
I'm assuming it would, as it's always been kvm_mkdb /netbsd. Same
kernel. I can TRY renaming it to /netbsd.BRAHMS-4 and change the kvm_mkdb
invocation in /etc/rc... if it would help anything. Tho, I'm pretty sure
that at least the DB stuuff would be fine (I don't know if it would still
cause the other daemons to segfault, but I doubt it)
HELO... my name is rewt... you have SIGKILLed my father... prepare to vi!