Subject: Re: boot-time panic with 128 MB of memory on NetBSD-1.0
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/27/1996 18:16:46
> 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
Thanks for everyone's help. It wasn't a kernel problem but a kernel
*build* problem! The culprit was Makefile.i386. Kudos to
> From: Urban Boquist <email@example.com>
> When we got 128Mb in a machine, we had to actually change the #define
> in pmah.h to get it to run. It was not enough to just put an options
> line in the config file, because somehow, one of the assembler files
> (can't remember exactly) managed to use the wrong value otherwise. But
> maybe you already have done this.
for putting me on the right track. The i386 makefile didn't clean up
everything it builds. As a result the *assym* files are never
rebuilt and the .s files are always compiled with the configuration
of the first make of the first config in the directory.
The -current Makefile.i386 fixes this particular problem.
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