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Re: Strange sysctl behavior

On Mon 09 Apr 2012 at 14:49:56 -0700, Paul Goyette wrote:
> I just noticed that on my 6.99.2 system, sysctl is misbehaving.  Not
> only is it dumping core, [...]

That already happens in 5.1. I see an additional message: = radeon pci:0001:01:00.0
hw.dri.card0.vm = radeon pci:0001:01:00.0
slot offset             size       type flags address            mtrr
   0 0xffff8000070e5000 0x00002000  SHM  0x20 0xffff8000070e5000 no
   1 0x00000000fbf00000 0x00010000  REG  0x02 0xffff80004ce40000 no
   2 0x00000000f0000000 0x02000000   FB  0x10 0x0000000000000000 yes
   3 0x00000000e8000000 0x00101000  AGP  0x02 0xffff80004d680000 yes
   4 0x00000000e8101000 0x00001000  AGP  0x02 0xffff80004d651000 yes
   5 0x00000000e8102000 0x00200000  AGP  0x00 0xffff80004d781000 yes
   6 0x00000000e8302000 0x004e0000  AGP  0x00 0x0000000000000000 yes

sysctl: hw.dri.card0.clients: sysctl() failed with Value too large to be stored 
in data type
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
$ uname -a
NetBSD 5.1 NetBSD 5.1 (Radl-s_Pervasion_of_the_Incorrect_Chord) 
#0: Mon Jan 24 20:25:13 CET 2011 amd64

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