Subject: RE: /tmp in swap - kernel panic - NetBSD 1.5
To: ' ' <>
From: Jenkins, Graham K [IBM GSA] <>
List: current-users
Date: 12/31/2000 13:03:15
> From: Joseph Sarkes
> To:;
> Sent: 12/30/00 2:13 PM
> Subject: Re: /tmp in swap - kernel panic - NetBSD 1.5h

>> Guys, I have had a couple of cases where swap and /tmp areas in
>> swap-space appear to have collided (e.g. during large compiles) -
>> and the machine has come down with a kernel debugger prompt.

> I saw the same thing happen a week or so ago when I filled up
> my /home partition (i386 (athlon) -current)
Happened again to me last night - when /tmp wasn't in swap.
Seems like it is a swap problem.  Kernel debug message when
it stopped said:
  panic: setrunqueue
  Stopped in swapper at cpu_Debugger+0x4: leave