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Re: NetBSD bootloader randomly boots wrong kernel
On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 04:43:14PM +0000, Sad Clouds wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Dec 2010 17:11:52 +0100
> Jean-Yves Migeon <jeanyves.migeon%free.fr@localhost> wrote:
> > On 27.12.2010 13:32, Sad Clouds wrote:
> > > This is /netbsd kernel:
> > > NetBSD 5.1_STABLE (GENERIC) #0: Mon Nov 29 19:52:01 GMT 2010
> > >
> > > This is /netbsd.old kernel
> > > NetBSD 5.1 (GENERIC) #2: Fri Nov 19 11:28:39 UTC 2010
> > >
> > > Can anyone explain why my bootloader does this??
> > boot(8):
> > The default filename is netbsd; if the boot loader fails to
> > successfully open that image, it then tries netbsd.gz (expected
> > to be a kernel image compressed by gzip), followed by
> > netbsd.old, netbsd.old.gz, onetbsd, and finally onetbsd.gz.
> > Alternate system images can be loaded by just specifying the
> > name of the image.
> Yeah I'm aware of that, however if you have /netbsd and /netbsd.old, the
> bootloader should always load /netbsd. What I have been observing is
> bootloader loading /netbsd one time, then /netbsd.old another time, and so
> on. It seems like it randomly picks /netbsd or /netbsd.old and loads it. This
> should not happen.
Well, what's actually happening? There's probably some error message we
need to know about.
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