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re: UltraSPARC III... Stability issue ?
> I have seen another crash when I have tried to rebuild -current from
> sources (-j 4). System doesn't reboot (hangs on openboot prompt) and
> 'resume' only answers 'fast data mmu miss'. I have in dmesg :
> data error type 32 sfsr=808000 sfva=40cea070 afsr=100000000000
> afva=472636d83a0 tf=0x1644a7ed0
> data fault: pc=101017c addr=40cea070 sfsr=0x808000<ASI=0x80>
> Skipping crash dump on recursive panic
> panic: kernel fault
> cpu0: Begin traceback...
> cpu0: End traceback...
> cpu1: shutting down
> cpu0: rebooting
yeah, this looks like the same problem i saw once so far.
> On OBP, after crash, I have seen an autocompletion feature I've never
> seen before.
> addr2line -e netbsd.gdb 101017c
you can try gdb to give better info.
(gdb) disass 0x101017c
(gdb) l *(0x101017c)
are both quite useful.
> I'm not sure that this crash is related to a stability issue or bad
> memory. But, I have restarted my Blade2000 with diags (level max), I
> have booted Solaris to run SUNvts and I haven't found any broken memory
yeah, there's no real indication it's an actual hardware problem
yet, i suspect that we have something in uvm/pmap causing the
i'm going to see if the USIIIi systems have any similar failures,
but with summer approaching, it's time to turn the SB2000 back
off again soon..
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