See my earlier post today, it is due to the PnP probe.

If you boot a kernel which is older than Mikes commit,
you can boot the new kernel after a soft reboot...


In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Thomas Stromberg writes:
>Work recently assigned me a Gateway GP7-500 (PIII-500mhz, 96M RAM) to
>replace my older 333mhz PII that's been running FreeBSD 3.2.. Of course,
>as my testing machine, I wanted to run FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT on it, and
>installed the 19990806 snapshot without a problem, and then cvsupped it
>to -CURRENT. 
>This was on 17AUG, my kernel panic'd, I just assumed I left something
>out, but then I saw that GENERIC panic'd as well, and has panic'd since
>17AUG, and continues to do so with the -CURRENT snapshot of an hour
>ago.  However, GENERIC from 19990806 works just fine. I decided that
>after 3 days of kernel panics that it's a real problem and not just some
>little -CURRENT breakage. 
>I decided yesterday that maybe I need to make world first, so I did. No
>dice there. And an hour ago, I also rm -Rf'd /usr/src, cvsupped to
>-CURRENT, made world again, and attempted to rebuild the kernel. 
>Boot Sequence: 
>If you want to see dmesg.boot from the 4.0-19990806-CURRENT snapshot,
>it's at 
>FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT #0: thu Aug 19 12:44:12 EDT 1999
>       [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/GENERIC+DDB
>Timecounter "i8254" frequency 1193182 Hz
>CPU: Pentium III (498.67-MHz 686-class CPU)
>       Origin = "Genuine Intel"  Id = 0x672 Stepping = 2
>       Features = blah blah blah
>real memory = 100663296 (98304K bytes)
>config> di lnc0
>config> di le0
>config> q
>avail memory = 93708288 (91512K bytes)
>Fatal trap 9: general protection fault while in kernel mode
>instruction pointer    = 0x58:0xbc28
>stack pointer          = 0x10:0xed4
>frame pointer          = 0x10:0xf20
>code segment           = base 0xc00f0000, limit 0xffff, type 0x1b
>                       = DPL 0, pres 1, def32 0, gran 0
>processor eflags       = interrupt enabled, resume, IOPL = 0
>current process                = Idle
>interrupt mask         = net tty bio cam
>kernel: type 9 trap, code=0
>Stopped at     0xbc28:
><repeat, DDB?>
>Med vanlig halsingar, 
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