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Re: File corruption?
On Sun, Jan 19, 2020 at 10:42:37AM -0600, Robert Nestor wrote:
> Sorry for not being specific. When I do the shutdown on a subsequent
> reboot all the filesystems are dirty forcing fsck to run. Sometimes it
> finds some minor errors and repairs them.
> I?m running xfce4, so when I do the ?shutdown -r now? I see xfce4 and X
> exit bringing me back to the console display that was active when I booted
> the system. As it goes thru the normal shutdown process it reaches a
> point where I get the assertion error (something like ?uvm_page locked
> against owner?) followed by a stack trace and then quickly followed by the
> system rebooting. There is no crash file generated.
Could you please do a "sysctl -w ddb.onpanic=1" first, and then trigger the
problem? It shouldn't leave the stack trace there and not reboot then. If
you don't feel like typing it all in you could use a camera phone to take a
picture of the backtrace or something like that. If you don't have
somewhere to upload the image you could e-mail it to me directly.
> I haven?t changed any crash parameters from the stock setup. I seem to
> recall there used to be one for kernel crashes, but can?t find it now. I
> guess next step is to boot up with the ?-d? flag and see if I can get
> something useful. Is that correct?
> On Jan 19, 2020, at 9:52 AM, Greg Troxel <gdt%lexort.com@localhost> wrote:
> > Robert Nestor <rnestor%mac.com@localhost> writes:
> >> I?ve downloaded and installed 9.99.38 (Jan 17 build) and the original
> >> problem I was seeing with ?git? is gone. However, I?m now seeing a
> >> new problem with file corruption, but it only seems to happen when I
> >> do a normal shutdown. If I do a ?shutdown -r now? to shutdown and
> > You say "corruption", but then you say "filesystems are dirty". Are you
> > actually finding files with bad contents?
> >> reboot the system I see a crash during the shutdown phase and on
> >> subsequent reboot the filesystems are all dirty. There is an assertion
> >> about uvm_page I think, but it quickly disappears on the reboot.
> > Are you saying that if you "shutdown now", that the system shuts down
> > with the crash? And that there are then files with bad contents?
> >> Is there a log file someplace that is written on the shutdown or is
> >> there an easy way for me to capture the traceback before it disappears
> >> off my screen? There?s no crash file produced.
> > crash dumps may not be enabled. You could also enable ddb and do the
> > shutdown not using X, and then get a trace there.
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