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Re: Recent i386-GENERIC panic
On Thu, 15 Sep 2011, John D. Baker wrote:
Following an update, a second machine now suffers the exact same panic.
It's an Intel D850MV board. This one has a serial port, so I should
be able to capture the console output.
After finding a working USB/RS232 dongle and wrestling with a
temperamental KVM switch, I've captured the dmesg with panic and
backtrace from this second machine. It's essentially the same as
on the machine about which I first posted.
This reflects a release built from the latest HEAD (as of last night).
If I revert "sys/dev/pci/pci.c" to r1.141 I can produce a kernel that
doesn't panic, but produces the warnings about builtin dependencies.
I suppose I should see if a DIAGNOSTIC kernel will provide more
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