Subject: Re: 1.5.1(ish) and ^C
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 06/26/2001 21:47:13
On 26 Jun 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Just installed 1.5.1_... on an Ultra 1, and everything seems OK,
> except for a marked tendency to drop into DDB when ^C is hit on
> a process (not necessarily on the console). Is this an 'upgrade'
> to -current issue?
> Probably. What's the reason for entering DDB?
sigreturn14: pc 0x478fdc0 or npc 0x1 invalid
A 'c' continues.
> ISTR there is debug code in the kernel to detect attempting to enter
> the signal trampoline with either an invalid pc or invalid stack and
> enter DDB. That usually happens before the address space is fully
> set up. You should be able to get rid of that behavior by not using
> DEBUG kernels. But in either case, -current should not have that
Is there any chance of a pullup into the 1.5 branch, or maybe
even just a LAST_MINUTE for 1.5.1 sparc64 to compile GENERIC
without DEBUG? (Compiling to test now :)
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