Subject: Re: VXT2000+
To: Freddy Meerwaldt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Matthew Fredette <fredette@MIT.EDU>
Date: 02/03/2001 11:18:07
> > 1.5 mopd on sparc certainly has a problem. It doesn't matter what
> > you're trying to boot, but mopd as of 1.5 simply dumps core.
> Not only on Sparc's. I recently tried to load my DECserver 300 from
> several NetBSD 1.5 Boxes of different architectures, and every box
> crashed. I tried: i386, vax, alpha, pmax.
mopd was also dumping core for me on 1.5 i386. I checked out mopd
from -current and built it, and it seems to work. Looking at the diff
between -current and tag netbsd-1-5-RELEASE, the only real code change
was to mopd/process.c. The commit log for the change says the
date: 2000/11/19 16:40:16; author: bouyer; state: Exp; lines: +4 -2
Fix bin/11253: seg-fault in mopd
Once we found the correct slot, make sure dle points to it. dle was left
pointing out of the array by the for(;;) loop.
Fix from Ken Wellsch <email@example.com>
Is this the sort of thing that deserves to be pulled up into the 1.5
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