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Re: -current failing on Xen3 (i386)

On Sun, Jul 06, 2008 at 11:36:58AM +0000, Dennis den Brok wrote:
> -current has been failing to boot for me on XEN3 (i386) for certainly
> a few weeks now, with 4.99.64 (but not necessarily from then on)
> and -current from yesterday. The machine doesn't have a serial
> port, so I hand-copied a few details from console output, hoping
> they are useful to someone...
> ...
> pmsprobe: reset error 5
> xenbus0: using event channel 11
> [ at this point it hangs; breaking into ddb yields: ]
> fatal breakpoint trap in supervisor mode
> [ 'bt' ]
> breakpoint
> cpu_Debugger
> internal_command
> wskbd_translate
> wskbd_input
> pckbd_input
> pckbportintr
> pckbcintr
> pirq_interrupt(..., fatal page fault in supervisor mode
> kernel: supervisor trap page fault, code=0
> Of special interest seems to be the line before the last, where in
> the argument list there appears (another?) page fault, so I copied
> this, too. I don't have a real clue what the problem might be,
> though. Also I'm not sure whether I actually changed anything before
> it stopped booting, so maybe it's even hardware-related; at least
> noone else seems to suffer from this problem. Anyway, any help
> would be greatly appreciated.

Could you check if a native i386 can boot on this machine ?
I've no problems booting a current Xen/i386 kernel on my system ...

Manuel Bouyer <>
     NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference

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