Subject: Re: pmap(1) doesn't work on current
To: Antti Kantee <email@example.com>
From: Andrew Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/31/2004 13:46:13
>>pmap: trying to read 88 bytes from 0: kvm_read: Bad address
>>This started happening with kernels after yesterday's uvm change, so I
>>think it's related (apologies if I'm mistaken).
>>Seems like reading the kernel vm_map is somewhat busted. The first
>>elements of the structure look okay, but it gets weird after that.
>>Reading the vm_map_entry in not_using_lockdebug() from address 0 doesn't
>>work for obvious reasons. ddb prints the kernel vm_map okay.
>>I must be missing something pretty simple, but I don't have the time to
>>debug this further now :(
>i'll update this evening and see what i can do about fixing this. i'm
>about a week or so behind at this point...
okay, should be fixed now.
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