Subject: Re: ending up in db> every so many minutes
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jukka Salmi <email@example.com>
Date: 12/13/2006 23:30:10
Mipam --> current-users (2006-12-13 23:16:15 +0100):
> >This might be the only solution for some hardware but usually it's better
> >to use
> >in /etc/sysctl.conf. After a reboot you should see a stacktrace in the
> >dmesg output and a coredump in /var/crash assuming you have savecore=YES
> >in /etc/rc.conf.
> Okay, i did as you said. After enabling pflogd=YES i saw a nice trace
> flashing before my eyes, but after reboot, nothing appeared in
> /var/log/messages and i seen nothing in /var/crash :-(
> The whole picture is unstable anyway's, but still no useable trace
> anywhere. I could just start pflogd to cause another crash?
Try resetting ddb.onpanic to 1 and when in ddb using the `sync' command.
This should get you a crash dump.
$ ((RANDOM%6)) || rm -rf ~