Subject: Re: Qube doesn't respond after a few minutes (current)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
From: Erik Berls <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/01/2007 15:58:43
This almost sounds like it's picking up the wrong libs.
If you take the new binaries and put them all in their own tree and
chroot into that, do you see the same issue?
On 3/1/07, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> -------------- Original message ----------------------
> From: Dennis <email@example.com>
> > I have updated the qube (with the binary package to current):
> > # uname -a
> > NetBSD 4.99.11 NetBSD 4.99.11 (GENERIC) #0: Tue Feb 20 01:22:15 UTC
> > 2007
> > Unfortunately, the qube froze after around 10 to 15 minutes while
> > compiling. I couldn't ping the qube, nor I got something from the serial
> > console :( This error is "reproducable" ...
> > /var/crash is empty. So I have no information what happens.
> > Does anybody know where I can start looking. Or if this current version
> > is buggy?
> > I really would love to get bulk build running ...
> I grabbed the Feb 8 kernel binary that Andy built as a test while he still had it around
> qube# uname -a
> NetBSD qube 4.99.9 NetBSD 4.99.9 (INSTALL) #0: Thu Feb 8 08:02:51 MST 2007 root@taz:/usr/obj-current/sys/arch/cobalt/compile/INSTALL cobalt
> and booted to it; for some reason it wants to netboot at each restart, but I can go in from console and redirect things where they should be. It looks like the INSTALL config was last touched Nov 8 2006.
> Anyway it seems to be running fine, I'm 1.5 days into building distribution with build.sh, after doing the tools earlier.
> I did have a strange issue that I don't understand yet:
> I also got the binaries that he built at the same time; unpacked them, put them in /binnew for short-term, and left my /bin in place.
> To test a little before properly placing them and rebooting I tried a
> but it breaks. Same with a couple other commands:
> qube# /binnew/ls
> /binnew/ls: Undefined PLT symbol "__fts_open32" (symnum = 87)
> qube# /binnew/mv
> usage: mv [-fiv] source target
> mv [-fiv] source ... directory
> qube# pwd
> qube# mkdir testdir
> qube# /binnew/mv /testdir /testdir2
> /binnew/mv: Undefined PLT symbol "__stat30" (symnum = 43)
> > qube#
> I thought I could just take the new binaries and drop them in, and go (if I did the whole base and userland at once, plus etcupdate and whatnot). The kernel is built from the same snapshot as these binaries. Likely I'm missing something obvious.
> Anyway I decided this wasn't saving me much time and I'm doing OK with the build with no crashes so far.
> Using the Feb 8 kernel and src from Feb 16th.
> I had tried to build the toolchain using a July 2005 -current kernel and the system crashed. It took me about 45min at reboot to step through the mangled files from console. I should be working in /tmp so I can just wipe the whole thing if need be, if it happens again. But Andy had just built the whole thing from 3.1 stable...