Subject: new kernels testing
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List: port-atari
Date: 07/13/1996 00:31:14
>> Polling kernel (bootx.poll):
>> I may try reinstalling the upgrade sets with this kernel when I get some 
> I hope you'll use the new installer ;-)

Yup. Shall give that a whirl.

>> Interrupt kernel (bootx.intr):
> Argh, seems that dma interrupts still don't work :-(

Not on my machine anyway. :/

>> other crashes occured. I was copying large files (10Mb+) in both cases,
>> the first time, I got a kernel panic with the reason "MMU fault". The
> If you have a dump saved, could you give me a stack trace? You can use
> gdb -k <dump-image> <kernel-image>, enter 'bt' at the prompt.

I didn't save a dump because I wasn't sure where it would go. I had only
my root and msdos partitions mounted and I certainly don't want to risk
corrupting the root one.

>> second time the system just hung with the drives busy light on. :(
> Were you able to enter the kernel-debugger at this point? If so, a
> stack-trace (with the 't' command) might be useful.

I don't know how to enter/use the kernel-debugger?

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