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Re: -current crash when using USB stick; incomplete fsck?
On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 12:47:18PM +0200, Markus W Kilbinger wrote:
> >>>>> "Thomas" == Thomas Klausner <wiz%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes:
> Converning this:
> Thomas> Hi! Last night I had two crashes with 5.99.17/amd64. The
> Thomas> first one happened immediately after I put a CF card in
> Thomas> the already attached card reader.
> Thomas> The second one happened when I plugged in a USB flash
> Thomas> disk.
> Thomas> I'm not completely sure when I last used a USB stick, but
> Thomas> I think it was less than two weeks ago, so it probably was
> Thomas> working in 5.99.16; since then I've added "hal" to the
> Thomas> automatically started services.
> Same here (amd64): Running /etc/rc.d/hal produces kernel panics when
> (un)plugging any kind of device/media (usb, cd media). W/o running or
> after stopping /etc/rc.d/hal these panics disappear. (Who's the
> culprit? Kernel and/or HAL?)
I had such a panic with a cd on i386 and 5.99.7 and turned off hal
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