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Re: NetBSD/vax kernel seems stable now
On Feb 22, 2008, at 2:14 AM, Johnny Billquist wrote:
Still something very broken here.
I still crash at boot time, in readdisklabel()
I wonder if it might be when it's trying to figure out my second
disk, which contains a VMS system, and thus don't have a proper
Those of you who have succeded in booting now, do you have any
unlabeled disks in your machines?
Grr. I can't seem to break into ddb with serial console on a VAX
4000/90. I'd really like to set a breakpoint right before the
statement that causes the trap.
boot -d :)
It's at readdisklabel+0x8d, and the code there is:
netbsd:readdisklabel+0x7f: *clrl -(sp)
netbsd:readdisklabel+0x81: pushl r6
netbsd:readdisklabel+0x83: movab brelse, r10
netbsd:readdisklabel+0x8a: calls $2, (r10)
netbsd:readdisklabel+0x8d: movl *0x28, r7
netbsd:readdisklabel+0x94: pushl 40(r8)
It would be interesting to check r10 here...
Not really. r10 is pretty much assured to be OK.
What's the DDB tracebook look like?
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