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Re: Mangled file system directory panic
> On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 03:37:08PM +0200, Jarle Greipsland wrote:
>> [ Followups to port-i386, please ]
>> I wrote:
>> > I have a system where I can almost deterministally provoke a
>> > kernel panic by doing a 'tar -zxpf comp.tgz'.
>> > The panic messages reported by crash is something like:
>> > System panicked: /mnt: bad dir ino 42369 at offset 560: NUL in name  i=0, namlen=4
[ ... ]
>> I have since managed to pin-point where things started to go
>> wrong -- CVS commit-wise. A -current kernel from CVS with tag
>> '2016.04.03.03.00.00' works just fine, while a kernel with tag
>> '2016.04.03.07.00.00' panics. The only significant commit in
>> that interval is a change of compiler for the i386 port to GCC
>> 5.3 (http://mail-index.netbsd.org/source-changes/2016/04/03/msg073782.html).
>> Are there known bugs in our compiler for (plain) i486 systems?
[ ... ]
> Is that PR/51094?
It certainly looks closely related, symptom-wise. I have tried
the suggested workaround, but the kernel still panics.
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