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Re: kernel ISI trap on macppc after recent changes
On Tue, 24 Jul 2012, Matt Thomas wrote:
biomask 1f800000 netmask 1f800000 ttymask 1f800000
trap: kernel ISI by 0xc2e37c00 (SRR1 0x40001032), lr: 0x339a14
This address is in USER_SR. Are you using modules?
The kernel is either stock GENERIC, or includes GENERIC as
a starting point, so yes:
As seen in ".../src/sys/arch/macppc/conf/GENERIC":
options MODULAR # new style module(7) framework
Kernels were built from update build, if it makes a difference.
Sometimes it does.
Are the ones from the continuous autobuild system built as non-update
builds? A GENERIC kernel from the 201207231130Z build cycle panics
the same way.
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