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Re: -current / netbsd-7 kernel hanging
On 12 August 2014 22:04, John Klos <john%ziaspace.com@localhost> wrote:
> I'm trying to boot netbsd-7 from today's sources on a VAXstation 4000/60.
> First, I booted a netbsd-7 kernel compiled from yesterday's sources while
> mounting the existing netbsd-6 userland. I then proceeded to untargzip
> netbsd-7 built sets over the netbsd-6 userland, although it didn't get past
> base.tgz because it started complaining about illegal instructions. I
> finished the upgrade using /rescue/, then rebooted.
> On reboot, it got to:
> root on sd0e dumps on sd0b
> root file system type: ffs
> ...and hung.
> I then set up a MOP server and NFS export, then tried booting a newly built
> boot device: le0
> root on le0
> nfs_boot: trying DHCP/BOOTP
> nfs_boot: DHCP next-server: 10.12.25.55
> nfs_boot: my_domain=dksdonuts.com
> nfs_boot: my_addr=10.12.25.66
> nfs_boot: my_mask=255.255.255.0
> nfs_boot: gateway=10.12.25.1
> root on 10.12.25.55:/exports/vax
> root file system type: nfs
> ...and it hung. I tried the same thing with a completely GENERIC kernel and
> got the same thing. I then tried the same thing with a -current kernel from
> today's sources, and got the same thing.
> Ideas? Suggestions?
The illegal instructions are somewhat odd - it implies the 7 kernel is
not able to run the 7 binaries. Is it absolutely certain its a 7
An alternate option might be to extract the 7 sets on the server and retest...
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