Subject: Re: Hang during shutdown
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Scott Ellis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/05/1997 10:09:30
In "Hang during shutdown", Dave Huang <email@example.com> wrote:
> I first noticed this around 2 weeks ago, I think, and it happened to me
> again last night... I did a shutdown -r now to reboot and my machine
> seemed to hang while killing off all the processes (or maybe while
> waiting for 'em to die or something). It only seems to happen if the
> machine's been up for a while though (maybe over a day or so). I went
> into ddb and got a stack trace, which showed functions in the VM system,
> such as vm_object_collapse (I think). I was in a hurry to reboot, so I
> didn't write down the trace.
I see the same thing. It happens when killing lpd on my system(s).
The bug seems to be arch independent, since I can reproduce it on
NetBSD/Mac, and NetBSd/Sun3.
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