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Re: if_wm panics on boot
Yes, the source says 1.492 which is very recent.
I guess I'll just revert to the one that was (safely)working for now.
1.492 2017/03/03 03:33:44 knakahara
From: Robert Elz <kre%munnari.OZ.AU@localhost>
Sent: Friday, March 3, 2017 17:16
To: Tomohiro Kusumi; Kengo NAKAHARA
Cc: tech-kern%NetBSD.org@localhost; current-users%netbsd.org@localhost
Subject: Re: if_wm panics on boot
Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2017 12:13:36 +0000
From: Tomohiro Kusumi <tkusumi%tuxera.com@localhost>
| I'm at the below commit (don't know the CVS revision as I don't use CVS),
The cvs rev of the if_wm.c should still be available in the comment
on the first line of the file, but it looks as if you're at if_wm.c 1.492
There have been a couple more commits since then, but nothing which would
affect this issue I don't think.
1.492 caused this ...
IFEF_START_MPSAFE flag should be set only if WM_MPSAFE defined.
but the code in wm_start() and wm_nq_start() still KASSERT()'s that the
flag is set (unconditionally).
Either WM_MPSAFE (which means NET_MPSAFE I think) is required to run the
if_wm.c driver these days, or the code needs some fixing to not expect it
I'd assume that you do not have NET_WMSAFE set (and I am not sure if it
is considered reasonable these days to simply set it to work around this.)
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