Subject: Re: panic: bad dir
To: Steve Woodford <>
From: Jason Thorpe <>
List: port-mvme68k
Date: 03/21/1997 14:34:49
On Fri, 21 Mar 1997 22:14:16 +0000 (GMT) 
 Steve Woodford <> wrote:

 > > The result is a corrupted /usr partition (sd1d). Sigh.
 > > Am I just "lucky" or is this a known problem? I'm used to
 > > NetBSD/Alpha and it doesn't do this sort of thing. 8-)
 > Sounds like you were just 'lucky' :(  I've not seen this panic on the
 > '147 even after running the system hard for weeks, with numerous 'make
 > build's.

...yah, I hadn't heard of this, either.  I'm still running my 147 diskless,
though... it doesn't like it when I plug SCSI devices into the bus..
even the Bug loses :-/

 > Sorry I can't fully answer your other questions just yet; I'm not bang up
 > to date with -current at the moment, while I try and sync my source tree
 > with the CVS tree. However, it does look like the addition of std.mvme68k
 > should remove the need for 'machine' in VME147...

...just fixed that.

 > As for the pflushs, it assembles fine on my 1.2. Are you sure your gas is
 > up to date?

seems to assemble OK for me, too.

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