Subject: NetBSD 3.99.15 build.sh distribution failure
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Kenneth Freidank <email@example.com>
Date: 02/08/2006 07:00:27
Any ideas on what happened?
With 3.0 release as the base, I performed a
cvs update -A -dP
on either Feb 6 or Feb 7 for /usr/src and /usr/xsrc.
I tarred up the files and moved them to my IBM 1161 laptop, already
running 3.0 release.
I rebuilt the tools, with no errors.
./build.sh -U tools
I rebuilt GENERIC, then enabled PCI BIOS support with a couple of the
FIXUP flags, and ath* cardbus support.
(I tried GENERIC first, just to ensure it would work, and it did.)
The kernel worked, and so did my DWL-G650 version B5 wireless card!!
./build.sh -U kernel=MYKERNEL
I then followed up with...
./build.sh -U -u -x distribution
and got the following after several hours..
After the compile line...
the kernel crashed...
kernel:supervisor trap page fault, code=0
stopped in pid 17294.1(sh) at netbsd:uvm_unmap_remove to x4d:cmpl
I tried dmesg...
and after the last line of...
After a reboot (power down), the df -m says
/dev/wd0a 3444 2867 404 87% /
kernfs 0 0 0 100% /kern
Is this a hw failure, or something else?