Subject: Re: fatal kernel trap from 1.4P, hang in 1.4.2_alpha
To: Hal Murray <email@example.com>
From: Matthew Jacob <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/03/2000 01:31:33
The kernel that is in the 12/05 snapshot caught a bad hair day for the
isp driver. Apparently we haven't updated things yet to get past the 12/05
date that this happened in to rebuild the snap.
I dunno about the 1.4.2_alpha problem.
On Mon, 3 Jan 2000, Hal Murray wrote:
> I was trying to help with testing and/or get my disks up to date.
> I guess this isn't my day...
> This is on a 600 MHz Miata full of network cards.
> First, I tried the recent snapshot. I had configured the network
> with no troubles and was starting to do a full install. After I
> said "yes" to the "Shall we continue?" question I get a fatal kernel
> trap. (Or maybe it just asked the question and I hadn't answered
> yet. I've got a copy of everything from the tip session to the serial
> The first time I got this was using a VT-100 directly. The second
> time was via a tip session so I could capture the data.
> Is there anything I can do to get more info? And/or suggestions
> for things to try?
> fatal kernel trap:
> ^M trap entry = 0x2 (memory management fault)
> ^M a0 = 0xfffffe00001f90d2
> ^M a1 = 0x1
> ^M a2 = 0x0
> ^M pc = 0xfffffc000031acb8
> ^M ra = 0xfffffc00004573dc
> ^M curproc = 0xfffffc0001c529b0
> ^M pid = 13, comm = sysinst
> ^Mpanic: trap
> ^Msyncing disks... done
> I also tried 1.4.2_alpha. That hangs after asking me for the terminal
> type. return and ^C get echoed but nothing happens other than that.
> ^Mroot file system type: ffs
> ^Mde0: enabling Full Duplex 100baseTX port
> ^MTerminal type? [vt100] de1: enabling 10baseT port
> Again, is there any simple way to get more info?