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Re: [M-Labs devel] NetBSD kernel booting on lm32
Le 21/03/14 21:42, Christos Zoulas a écrit :
FYI I found the root of the issue, "setfault" was a stub, therefore
kcopy() was behaving "weirdly".
On Mar 21, 7:05pm, yann.sionneau%gmail.com@localhost (Yann Sionneau) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: [M-Labs devel] NetBSD kernel booting on lm32
| > Do you see the printf:
| > printf("sysctl_createv: sysctl_locate(%s) returned %d\n",
| > nnode.sysctl_name, error);
| Yes that's exactly the printf I am seeing, I am using diagnostic and
| debuglock options if that matters. I have seen such messages a bit while
| googling, for instance in the boot of NetBSD/avr32 which have been posted
| to the list.
This is really strange. I would add some more printfs to see what's causing
it. This printf would appear in all kernels... Perhaps something is
uninitialized and ends up 0 usually?
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