Subject: -CURRENT memory management fault - core dumps
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Caffeinate The World <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/27/2001 23:57:48
netbsd/alpha 1.5W kernel, sup as of 6/27
i finally was able to succeed in 'make build' to DESTDIR. after that
was done, i
pax -rw -pe . /
the copy process was fine. then i tried some commands and almost every
thing coredumped. from 'ls' to 'more' etc.
so i rebooted. while the dmesg scrolled, it hit something after isp0
announcements and the screen started scrolling so fast it's hard to see
what it's saying.. but i can make out that there was "memory management
fault" scrolling up the screen.
any ideas what happened? i booted from flops and tar -xzvf
oldsnapfiles.tgz back into / and things are ok again. is this a bad
time to get up to -current?
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