Subject: Re: Fatal Kernel Trap in XentMM()
To: Port-Alpha2 <email@example.com>
From: Bill Dorsey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/09/2001 10:11:42
Argh. NetBSD crashed again after only two days of uptime. Here's the
kernel trace output in case anyone want's to look at it. Please reference
my post from June 7th to port-alpha for more information. Is this something
I should submit a problem report on?
fatal kernel trap:
trap entry = 0x2 (memory management fault)
a0 = ?
a1 = ?
a2 = ?
pc = ?
ra = ?
curproc = ?
pid = ?, comm = tclsh8.3
Stopped in ftpd at cpu_Debugger + 0x4: ret zero,(ra)
cpu_Debugger() at cpu_Debugger() + 0x4
panic() at panic() + 0xfc
trap() at trap() + 0x51c
XentMM() at XentMM() + 0x20
--- memory management fault (from ipl 0) ---
_pool_get at _pool_get() + 0x64c
fork1() at fork1() + 0x438
sys_fork() at sys_fork() + 0x38
syscall() at syscall() + 0x1dc
XentSys() at XentSys() + 0x50
--- syscall (2, netbsd.sys_fork) ---
--- user mode ---