Subject: Re: systat(1)
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 02/27/2001 17:55:07
Anything compiled with LOCKDEBUG turned on (i.e. kernels compiled with it)
will also need libkvm compiled with it and any programs using libkvm need it
defined as well during compile.
This is due to proc size changes with LOCKDEBUG compiled in.
>> Incidentally, has systat(1) ever worked with an MP kernel,
>> and is it expected to? This is the only application which
>> has given me grief. (I build it from the same source-tree
>> as the kernel, with just syssrc/sys/arch/i386 tracking
>It's not the kernel -- a systat built with non-branch header files
>works just fine against an MP kernel.
>I haven't had the cycles to try doing a full "make build" with the MP
>branch arch/i386 code. what seems plausible is that some of the
>changes breaks something in userland builds...
> - Bill