Subject: silo overflows
To: None <>
From: Joseph Sarkes <joe@js1.jsnet>
List: current-users
Date: 10/16/2000 09:02:21
This is something I haven't seen for a LOOOONG time.
I just got an asus A7V motherboard and 850 MHz athlon, 
moved my hard drive over from the P233 that was my netbsd
machine, and now have silo overflows. What gives? Is this
a hardware problem or is something in the works on -current
right now that is causing this? Compiles run a LOT faster
on this machine now, but... I did notice that changes had
been made in the defaults in GENERIC, which I use as a
template for my own config. Has something changed on the 
serial port configuration? I can tinker with this a bit, but
I have NEVER seen silo overflows on my P233 system, and it
seems to me that a faster machine should be LESS likely to 
have them. If there is any way to fix this via configuration,
please drop me a line. If it is the motherboard doing this, 
then perhaps it is repairable, either via software, or by
asus fixing the problem. Thanks. 
Joseph Sarkes