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Re: NetBSD 7.0 i386 panic during boot

On Oct 14,  2:54pm, (Mayuresh) wrote:
-- Subject: Re: NetBSD 7.0 i386 panic during boot

| On a healthy system I tried triggering ddb with above kernel (with
| DDB_ONPANIC set), with Ctrl-Alt-Esc. It did not print trace.

yes, because that entry is not through panic().

| To cross check that the option is effective I did this:
| $sysctl ddb.onpanic
| ddb.onpanic = 2
| Also commented out the following line in /etc/sysctl.conf as below to
| ensure that it is not overriding the compiled option.
| #ddb.onpanic?=1
| So looks like my procedure was alright. Is there anything else needed to
| make kernel print trace on entering ddb, when keyboard can't be used?

Did the instructions I posted to make the kernel accept keyboard input work?


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