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TS7200 panic on 5.1.0

I just installed NetBSD 5.1 on a TS7200. I built the kernel with a trimmed down .../evbarm/conf/TS7200 kernel config (attached). Every so often on reboot, I get a fatal kernel error (see below). It also happened once while installing a package.
How can I start debugging this?
If possible, please point me to some resources to read up on to get me started with landing this in a debugger.
Thanks â Joel
Hereâs some version info:
kern.ostype = NetBSD
kern.osrelease = 5.1.0_PATCH
kern.osrevision = 501000000
kern.version = NetBSD 5.1.0_PATCH (TS7200) #3: Fri Dec 10 21:22:59 PST 2010
Hereâs the error:
NetBSD 5.1.0_PATCH (TS7200) #3: Fri Dec 10 21:22:59 PST 2010
Welcome to NetBSD!
Fatal kernel mode data abort: 'Alignment Fault 3'
trapframe: 0xc291dd2c
FSR=00000003, FAR=43414351, spsr=20000013
r0 =c106fff0, r1 =c03f4eac, r2 =43414341, r3 =c1040000
r4 =00000001, r5 =00000000, r6 =c03f4fe4, r7 =00000000
r8 =c1040010, r9 =c03f4eac, r10=00000000, r11=c291dde0
r12=00000000, ssp=c291dd78, slr=c1040010, pc =c02aff30
panic: Fatal abort
dump to dev 16,1 not possible

Attachment: TS7200
Description: Binary data

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