Subject: Re: Lockup with -current via SSH
To: Ken Seefried <email@example.com>
From: Sean J. Schluntz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2003 20:21:55
>I loaded one of my SMP boxes (Intel PR440FX with dual PPro200/256) with the
>latest i386 snapshot (20021002). I pulled a fresh source tree via CVS
>yesterday morning (2/23) and built & installed a from scratch, first time
> -current per http://www.netbsd.org/Documentation/current/#using-anoncvs. I
>compiled and installed a kernel using GENERIC.MP.
>Initially works fine, including compiling a kernel using "make -j 3".
>Until...I log in remotely via ssh. Enter username, enter password. Solid
>lockup. No console output, nothing in /var/log. Reset to recover.
>Repeatable every time.
Just to echo in here, I've unintentunally reproduced this (build the kernel
and booted before your thread started) on my system. A PPro 180x2 also
To bad, I was enjoying MP on my 1.6I system. I look forward to a resolution :)