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Re: Panic on evbarm triggered by dumpfs

On Wed, 15 Jan 2014 16:43:39 +0000 (UTC)
Eduardo Horvath <> wrote:

> Can you toggle DIAGNOSTIC and see if there is a change in the behavior?  
> If you hit the first panic, disabling DIAGNOSTIC will make it go away
> (although things may crash a different way later).  If you hit the second 
> panic, DIAGNOSTIC may give more useful information about something going 
> wrong earlier.

Thank you!

Here is panic with options DIAGNOSTIC. I'll try understand the problem and
provide more information before weekend...

# panic: pool_get(pvepl): free list modified: magic=0; page 0xc82cc000; item add
r 0xc82cc1e0

Stopped in pid 11.1 (sh) at     netbsd:cpu_Debugger+0x4:        bx      r14
db> bt
0xcbab7d70: netbsd:vpanic+0x10
0xcbab7d88: netbsd:printf_nolog
0xcbab7dc8: netbsd:pool_get+0x548
0xcbab7e1c: netbsd:pmap_enter+0x770
0xcbab7f48: netbsd:uvm_fault_internal+0xe50
0xcbab7fac: netbsd:prefetch_abort_handler+0x174

# from ddb show pools
POOL pvepl: size 16, align 4, ioff 0, roflags 0x00000040
        alloc 0xc044e1f0
        minitems 512, minpages 3, maxpages 4294967295, npages 6
        itemsperpage 254, nitems 539, nout 985, hardlimit 4294967295
        nget 3691, nfail 0, nput 2706
        npagealloc 6, npagefree 0, hiwat 6, nidle 2

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