Subject: Re: Panic, i386, memory-related
To: None <email@example.com>
From: BOUWSMA Beery <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/10/2002 21:43:42
> >I'd just like to report that I applied Hr entropy's patch to my source
> >tree, and successfully built a kernel that works spiffy on the problem
There's one problem I've run across -- with these particular machines,
`shutdown -p' results in a uvm panic, while `shutdown -r' is fine. I've
not connected a serial console to grab the data yet...
That shouldn't surprise me, since I saw identical panics with my two-
line hacks, but in addition with my hacks I got these panics elsewhere,
which I'm not seeing now, though I haven't really pounded this patch/machine.
Naturally since I never had a -current kernel that would even boot on
these machines, I have nothing as reference, but with the GENERIC 1.5.2
kernel, which *did* boot, I didn't get such a panic. I got some message
at shutdown that I don't recall, which is to be expected -- since this
Piece of Hardware only has v1.0 APM goodies, it's possible that -current
is trying to do something that's guaranteed not to work. Just a guess.
Speaking of 1.5.2, since I did have some issues with booting that GENERIC
kernel on this hardware (or at least, loader problems), I want to build a
custom kernel based on the 1.5.2 source. So I'm wondering, is it likely
to be a problem using a more recent `config' from -current, or should I
make sure that I use only 1.5.2-vintage tools when going backwards in time
> Does this mean you have commit access and will commit the patch
bwahahaha. the world shall end before anything like that is allowed
> yourself, or that you will find a developer and convince them to
> commit it?
I'll see what I can do, but no promises...