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wapbl panic in NetBSD6
After deleting 100K+ rogue files in /tmp on NetBSD6 ("stable", cvs'd from
netbsd.org yesterday), machine froze with a panic in
wapbl_register_deallocation. (Which as a separate matter, was not done in
/etc/rc.d/cleartmp because the rm * fails due to "too many arguments" -
changing this to a find -x . -type f would seem wise imho.)
Upon hard reboot - kernel panics in the same place anything is written to /tmp,
followed by a counting down from 9000 to 0 slowly across the screen then
rebooting. Trying to rm -r /tmp produces the same thing.
Rebooted into single-user and fsck -Pfy / ; mv /tmp /tmp.o mkdir /tmp; chmod
1777 /tmp … was the only way I could recover. Can't get rid of tmp.o though.
Maybe automated tests should include creating and deleting 100K+ files from a
directory… It can happen ;)
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