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Re: port-m68k/27099 (If one runs crashme on a 2.0 m68k machine, the system panics.)

On Thu, 10 Apr 2008, wrote:

Synopsis: If one runs crashme on a 2.0 m68k machine, the system panics.

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Feedback timeout. Anyone have an m68k to test this?

I just tried this on an Amiga 4000 with a 68060 running 4.0, and after try 32, my system paniced with a memory fault. It appears to be at _060_isp_cas_restart+0x1586 on a pflush a2@ instruction with a2 containing 0x2b70. That offset seems rather large, so I suspect _060_isp_cas_restart isn't involved. A binary integer kernel package follows that, and it's somewhere within one of the 060 support routines. A stack trace results in another fault. Gdb probably can't figure out how to track back through
that code.

  A second attempt resulted in a kernel hang with the machine locked up.

Michael L. Hitch              
Computer Consultant
Information Technology Center
Montana State University        Bozeman, MT     USA

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