Subject: boot-time panic with 128 MB of memory on NetBSD-1.0
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 09/14/1996 01:06:37
I'm running NetBSD-1.0, and tried expanding memory from 96MB to
128MB. After the kernel finishes booting, it panics. This occurs
after the various interrupt masks are printed. The panic is
panic: ptdi 19b067
This occurs in i386/pmap.c, line 1074.
I've increased NKPDE to 32 and beyond (40); the kernel continues to
panic. I've checked the FAQ, the NetBSD mailing list archives, and
the bug reporting database for other remedies. Are there other
parameters which may need to be adjusted? Is there a post-1.0 change
or fix which might solve this problem?