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Re: [ARM32] panic when sshd responding

On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 5:05 PM, Matt Thomas <> 
> turning off socket page loaning is quick workaround but the question
> is where/who mapped that page before?

There is a dump of the pg->mdpage.pvh_attrs values before crash

pg: 0x81123c34 attrs: 0
pg: 0x811237c0 attrs: 1000
pg: 0x81123b9c attrs: 0
pg: 0x81123a6c attrs: 0
pg: 0x81123560 attrs: 1000
pg: 0x8112380c attrs: 0
pg: 0x81124484 attrs: 83
pg: 0x81124010 attrs: 1083
pg: 0x81124010 attrs: 82e28163
panic: kernel diagnostic assertion "(pg->mdpage.pvh_attrs &
PVF_KENTRY) == 0" failed: file
"/home/andy/prj/netbsd/netbsd-dev/sys/arch/arm/arm32/pmap.c", line
Stopped in pid 43.1 (sshd) at   netbsd:cpu_Debugger+0x4:        bx      r14

As you can see the value for those attributes looks like garbage. Is
this mean some bug in the cache addressing algorithm?

With Best Regards,
Andy Shevchenko

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