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Re: kern/46472: 5.1_STABLE/i386 panic after recent pull-ups

The following reply was made to PR kern/46472; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: Julian Coleman <>
Subject: Re: kern/46472: 5.1_STABLE/i386 panic after recent pull-ups
Date: Mon, 21 May 2012 16:31:04 +0100

 > I'll set ddb.onpanic=1 to see if I can get more data.  As it was, the
 > machine just froze for a few seconds and then rebooted.
 > ufs_rename(ce971bac,cd91b000,ce971bcc,c046196c,c083c1e0,408418,c06c91a0,cd95
 > 3e68,cf087b80,ce971c90) at netbsd:ufs_rename+0x55f
 > VOP_RENAME(cd953e68,cf087b80,ce971c90,ced9b39c,0,cd971c48,ce971c0c,c046f0aa,
 > cd91b000,0) at netbsd:VOP_RENAME+0x7c
 > do_sys_rename(bb903040,bb91a040,0,0,ce84b7e0,c0541274,ce84b7e0,ce971d00) at
 > netbsd:do_sys_rename+0x59e
 > sys_rename(ce84b7e0,ce971d00,ce971d28,bb936000,cdaf384c,80,bb903040,bb91a040
 > ,0) at netbsd:sys_rename+0x26
 It would be very helpful if you could add:
   makeoptions  DEBUG="-g"
 to your kernel configuration file, rebuild, crash, and then feed the resulting
 values into gdb to retrieve the line numbers.  For example:
   gdb netbsd.gdb
   (gdb) list *(ufs_rename+0x55f)
   (gdb) list *(VOP_RENAME+0x7c)
 for the crash above.
   My other computer also runs NetBSD    /        Sailing at Newbiggin        /

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