Subject: Massive lossage with -current as of tonight?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Scott Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/02/2006 19:46:19
I'm seeing significant problems with -current as of this evening.
Doing a full build and update over a previously working system causes
the system to hang when trying to boot multi-user. I put details in
bin/34979, but reverting libc to version 12.147 "solves" that problem.
Even with that binary reverted, things don't work right. Most
noticably, sshd fails to start. A ktrace shows it does the chroot
properly, but it doesn't actually stay running (the ktrace ends
immediately after the chroot, since that causes a fork). Nothing gets
logged to /var/log/messages or authlog.
Userland was updated from an October 25th to a November 2nd -current, so
the change must have occurred during that timeframe. Note that I've had
syslogd problems (it consumes 100% cpu on occasion) with the October
25th -current (which is why I wanted to update!), but sshd was working
Am I the only one seeing problems here?