Subject: Re: Panics when compiling
To: None <port-hpcsh@NetBSD.org>
From: Valeriy E. Ushakov <email@example.com>
Date: 09/04/2006 17:38:01
On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 14:11:03 +0100, Stephen Borrill wrote:
> >db> x/i 8c0766d6 # spc
> >From the first:
> netbsd:nfs_sigintr+0x16: mov.l @(4,r4), r0
> The second:
> netbsd:nfs_rcvlock+0x1c: mov.l @r8, r0
Hmm, there were few fixes committed to nfs code by yamt@ recently
(including today), so I wonder if you might be hitting one of those bugs.
Joys of running -current :)
> >db> show reg
*sigh* I meant to say "mach frame", not "show reg". show reg shows
what registers contain now, not at the point of fault. Those values
are in the trapframe up the call stack.
I'd advice to try a very current -current (with yamt's fixes). If you
still see panics, we can take the debugging session offline lest we
spam the list with long columns of hexadecimal numbers.
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