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Re: NetBSD/vax kernel seems stable now
On Tue, 26 Feb 2008 11:37:30 +0100
Hans Rosenfeld <rosenfeld%grumpf.hope-2000.org@localhost> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 11:16:48PM +0000, George Harvey wrote:
> > === output from MicroVAX 3100-95 ===
[ snip ]
> > root addr=10.0.1.137 path=/usr/local/vax500
> > 2493144+300484 [186128+177782]=0x3031a0
> > *** system hangs here ***
> Try connecting your terminal to a different mmj port at this point
> (they might be hidden behind a sticker reading "OPA0 =>"). There is a
> bug in the console initialization code which causes the wrong serial
> line to be used on KA53 and similar systems.
Ahh, I didn't know I had another two serial ports under that sticker! I
tried port 0 and yes, there was the kernel output.
> I sent a patch for this last summer, but it seems nobody ever
> cared to commit it:
> There was some other KA53 related problem causing a segv in kernel
> mode, see http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-vax/2007/08/05/0001.html.
Yep, found that one as well. After I moved the console over, I could see
a kernel panic initializing asc0. I'll have a go at building a patched
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