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Re: Problems with wm0
Running 4.99.73 current, from yesterday.
These units all have only USB keyboards (I think the 2950 has a PS2,
but it didn't come with one), and when you have a panic attack, the
keyboard is useless, so you can't do anything.
>>> Brian Buhrow <buhrow%lothlorien.nfbcal.org@localhost> 10/23/2008 12:42:06 PM
Hello. What version of NetBSD are you running with these cards?
what does a complete probe look like?
On Oct 23, 10:01am, "David Dudley" wrote:
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} I've got four Dell 1950 servers, and one Dell 2950 server, all with
} Intel Pro/1000 Optical Fiber network cards.
} They show up as wm0 on all five machines (the 1950's are PCI-x, and
} 2950 is normal PCI).
} I can do a ifconfig wm0 media 1000baseSX successfully, but when I
} to activate them, either through dhclient or through static ifconfig
} configuration, they panic with:
} uvm_fault(0xcf2ccd00, 0, 1 ) -> 0xe
} fatal page fault in supervisor mode
} trap type 6 code 0 eip c060a6fc cs 0 eflags 10296 cr2 ilevel 6
} kernel: supervisor trap page fault, code=0
} Stopped in pid 1341.1 (ifconfig) at netbsd:wm_tbi_mediachange+0xc:
} movl 0 (%eax), %esi
} I think I've written something about this before, but I've slept
} then, and been away from this for a while working on other
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