Subject: -current crash
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List: current-users
Date: 10/11/2001 15:45:11
My housemate has been trying to run -current so he can use an
Adaptec 2100S RAID controller.  The controller is pretty cool, and
the Linux configuration tools just work under NetBSD.  Way cool.

The problem is, he's getting crashes, at pretty regular intervals.
Here's the traceback of the latest:

#14 0xc01fae37 in panic () at ../../../../kern/subr_prf.c:250
#15 0xc01f9ba2 in pool_do_put (pp=0xc05710e0, v=0x0)
    at ../../../../kern/subr_pool.c:847
#16 0xc01fac1d in pool_cache_do_invalidate (pc=0xc05711e0, free_groups=1, 
    putit=0xc01f9b44 <pool_do_put>) at ../../../../kern/subr_pool.c:1803
#17 0xc01facdc in pool_cache_reclaim (pc=0xc05711e0)
    at ../../../../kern/subr_pool.c:1842
#18 0xc01fa2dd in pool_reclaim (pp=0xc05710e0)
    at ../../../../kern/subr_pool.c:1281
#19 0xc01fa597 in pool_drain (arg=0x0) at ../../../../kern/subr_pool.c:1355
#20 0xc0314b5a in uvm_pageout (arg=0xdbb59720)
    at ../../../../uvm/uvm_pdaemon.c:273

I have a core and the associated netbsd.gdb, which I can make available
to aid in debugging this.  I've poked around at it, but I really don't
know the vm (or uvm) system well.

Any takers?