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Re: raspberry pi panic 7.0_BETA after install fs resize
That's KMEM_SIZE. Great.
It means that it caught a memory corruption somewhere.
That being said, I don't think I can help without a trace...
Le 31/10/2014 22:01, Petri Laakso a écrit :
I'd got panic when doing 7.0_BETA file system resize for raspberry pi after
install. I compiled system using build.sh:
build.sh command: ./build.sh -j4 -m evbarm -u -U release
build.sh started: Fri Oct 31 20:33:32 EET 2014
NetBSD version: 7.0_BETA
Build platform: NetBSD 6.1.4 amd64
MAKECONF file: /etc/mk.conf
TOOLDIR path: /work/nb/tooldir
DESTDIR path: /work/nb/destdir
RELEASEDIR path: /work/nb/release
Updated makewrapper: /work/nb/tooldir/bin/nbmake-evbarm
Successful make release
build.sh ended: Fri Oct 31 21:55:27 EET 2014
I wrote resulting rpi.img to SD card and realized that I need to resize
system to extract pkgsrc. On multiuser I did disklabel part of the resize
and then restarted system to single user after that to do rest.
I followed mostly instructions from
except I did disklabeling against instructions when I was still in
mode... I don't know had this anything to do with panic.
Anyways in single user after "sync" and "reboot" the system paniced. I
"busy" and didn't take full stack trace, sorry about that. But maybe
some data for someone who might have had similar issue.
PS. System seems to work just fine despite of panic. (currently extracting
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