Subject: Re: amd64 crash
To: M Graff <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Joseph Sarkes <email@example.com>
Date: 04/02/2007 12:17:03
my system won't work with it either. I used to be able to run the
i386 version on
my amd 64fx2 but this also crashes with no error messages, just a
lock up after
a while, seeming to be due to disk access. I can't get anywhere at
all with the
64 bit version on this machine. I am trying the same 20070328 and a
of prior versions also.
On Mar 31, 2007, at 5:19 AM, M Graff wrote:
> I'm running vmware workstation on a dual core AMD 64 CPU, and am
> getting a crash on 4.0_BETA2 kernel compiled from the auto build
> site dated 200703280002Z. This is fairly reproducable since
> building a -current or 4.x branch kernel will trigger it pretty
> much every time.
> Here's what I see on the screen just prior to the machine rebooting:
> uvm_fault(0xffffffff809e3b40, 0xffff8001110d9000, 1) -> e
> fatal page fault in supervisor mode
> trap type 6 code 0 rip ffffffff80461070 cs 8 rflags 10202 cr2
> cpl 5 rsp ffff800013a6d6f0
> panic: trap
> syncing disks...
> <and the machine reboots.>
> vmware could be the culprit here I suppose as the 64-bit support is
> new and experimental. I have two virtual machines (one will become
> -current if it compiles a kernel ever...) and the other will remain
> 4.x. Both will be used for compile and integration testing.
> The source tree is on an NFS partition (which happens to be on
> another vmware virtual machine, running i386 4.0_BETA2 kernel) so
> nfs client could also be the problem.
> Unfortunately it does not drop into DDB so I can't trace it further
> at this point.