Subject: port-sparc64/28051: Kernel NFS bug
To: None <gnats-bugs@gnats.NetBSD.org>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 11/06/2004 17:19:28
>Synopsis: Kernel NFS bug
>Arrival-Date: Sat Nov 06 17:20:00 UTC 2004
NetBSD drteeth 1.6.2 NetBSD 1.6.2 (GENERIC) #3: Mon Feb 9 18:37:36 CET 2004 email@example.com:/usr/users/he/build-1-6/obj.sparc64/sys/arch/sparc64/compile/GENERIC sparc64
Have an NFS export on this host that is shared to a Linux host and an HP-UX 11 host. Attempts to push large amounts of data from one of these guys to the NetBSD host results is a kerenl panic and barfs the following output from the kernel debugger:
psycho0: uncorrectable DMA error AFAR 2f044f8 pa ffffffffffffffff AFSR 6400ff00e0800000:
IOVA c09f0000 I0TTE 27f8012
kdb breakpoint at 12c8354
stopped in pid 152 (nfsd) at cpu_Debugger +0x4 nop
There is a 160GB harddrive in this machine (an ULTRA 10), and I have a feeling that that may be a large portion of the problem. Even Sloaris will not install correctly on this box with an ATA disk that size in it - the PROM is the latest update. Unlike Debian (Linux kernel), NetBSD had no issue with the disk at all, it created a file system over the entire disk and installed witout complaint - perhaps it should have?
NFS share a very large filesystem, mount it elsewhere, and attempt to push a lot of data to it.