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Re: Repeatable panic on amd64 (-current as of Dec 22nd)
On 12/22/2011 05:56 PM, Scott Ellis wrote:
My D525 based Atom system can be repeatably panic'ed by "netstat -an"
as root after doing "telnet fqdn 80" as a normal user (where fqdn is
the FQDN of the local system). It appears that there's a failed assert
(so it's just a plain 'ol crash with a non-debug kernel):
I should be more precise there...I'm not connecting to the FQDN of the
local machine, but of the DD-WRT router in front of it, which NAT's the
packets to the local system. If I do some other "normal" telnet (like
to the actual FQDN of the machine), I haven't been able to repeat the
panic: kernel diagnostic assertion "cred2 != NULL" failed: file
"/data/nbu/source/netbsd/src/sys/kern/kern_auth.c", line 568
The system fails to provide a traceback, and the serial console is
unresponsive after the panic, so not sure it it dropped to DDB on the
VGA console or not. Please advise on what additional information to
provide (or to send-pr this). A dmesg from the system is pasted below.
I didn't check a packet capture to see what is unique about the NAT's
packets, but not sure if that's relevant or not.
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