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Re: wapbl panic on new system with too much memory!

On 07/09/2016 22:04, Paul Goyette wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Sep 2016, Roy Marples wrote:
>> On 07/09/2016 09:48, Roy Marples wrote:
>>> On 06/09/2016 08:39, Paul Goyette wrote:
>>>> I'm in the process of installing a new machine, and I'm getting a
>>>> reproducible panic at boot time.
>>>> The machine is a Intel Core i7-6900 (8 cores, 16 threads, 3.2GHz) on an
>>>> ASUS X99-E motherboard.  It is fully-populated with 8 x 16GB DDR4 DIMMs
>>>> (for a total, yes, of 128GB!).
>>>> Basically, I cloned the hard drive of my other machine using dd, and
>>>> then put the copy in the new machine, and booted.  It comes up fine in
>>>> single-user mode.  However, shortly after typing ^D to the single-user
>>>> shell, it fails a KASSERT at sys/kern/vfs_wapbl.c line 1088.  The
>>>> following is manually transcribed:
>>> I just replicated the same panic on a low memory and old T500 laptop.
>>> I too booted single user mode, mounted / rw, editied /etc/rc.conf,
>>> exited and then the system paniced after printing "Starting file system
>>> checks:"
>> So replicating it again, to prove it's consistent (which it is) has now
>> stopped my system booting entirely.
>> It now panics at each boot in ffs_newvnode dup alloc ino=blahblah
>> I had to boot single user and fsck to clean up all errors and it boots
>> once more.
> Are you able to test the possible fix that was proposed?

Does not fix my crash.


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