Subject: Re: more closely scoped source changes for the 'hanging' mount
To: Jason Thorpe <email@example.com>
From: Matthew Jacob <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 04/07/1999 20:34:45
> On Wed, 7 Apr 1999 17:52:01 -0700 (PWT)
> Matthew Jacob <email@example.com> wrote:
> > (another in a list of deletable messages about this particular issue)
> > I started with a working CVS tree tagged as
> > D99.03.26.20.00.00
> > (that's 'March 26 1999 20:00 GMT') which does not hang for me and a tree
> > tagged as
> > D99.03.27.04.00.00
> > (that's 'March 27 1999 04:00 GMT') which hangs coming up for me.
> Well, there is one way you can tell if these changes actually cause the
> problem. The extra arguments to pmap_enter() make no difference if you
> make pmap_enter() ignore them... so you could certainly #if 0 out the
> part that pays attention to access_type, build a kernel, and try it...
> However, since you updated your userland and the problem no longer
> occurs, I guess we'll never know. *shrug*
No- I still have at least two other machines that have this problem.
I updated mathom.nas.nasa.gov (alphastation 600). I have not updated
brunner.nas.nasa.gov (alpha 4100) nor have I updated nobble.feral.com.
Would you like to take a quick try at checking this on brunner?