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Re: I am sure it is hardware, ufs_inactive: unlinked

On Wed, Jan 15, 2020 at 07:48:04PM -0500, Greg Troxel wrote:
> Ronald Georgia <> writes:
> > I am running 9.99.36 on an old AMD FX-6300 six core processor. It is
> > 2009 maybe? Same age on the power supply and memory, but new hard
> > drives. It will run fine for a while (couple of days) then completely
> > locks up. I had xconsole open and the last time it locked up I had
> > this message:
> >
> > ufs_inactive: unlinked uno on “/“ has non zero size 0 or block …
> > Panic:
> >
> > Questions for all you hardware gurus. 
> > What would be the most likely suspect?
> In my experience, memory, power supply, and the mains supply if it's not
> on a UPS, and the UPS if it is on a UPS.
> > Is there hardware test software that you use and some what trust?
> sysutils/memtestplus.  Beware that there is some funkiness with gcc
> newer than netbsd5 and multicore tests, that may be resolved but I'm not
> sure.

I think the funkiness got worse to the point it doesn't run correctly if
built with modern compilers :-( unfortunately I haven't found an easy
answer to fixing it.

But I suspect netbsd-7 (and possibly netbsd-8?)'s packages work.

Other package managers (arch) seem to be downloading the binary &
modifying it.

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