>From: Mark Felder <f...@freebsd.org>
>On Thu, Mar 6, 2014, at 2:59, Anton Shterenlikht wrote:
>> In my initial PR (sparc64 r261798),
>> I said that rsync was triggering this panic.
>> While true, I now see that there's more to it.
>> I disabled the rsync, and the cron jobs.
>> Still I get exactly the same panic every
>> night at 03:02:
>> # grep Dumptime /var/crash/*
>> /var/crash/info.0: Dumptime: Wed Feb 26 10:10:51 2014
>> /var/crash/info.1: Dumptime: Thu Feb 27 03:02:14 2014
>> /var/crash/info.2: Dumptime: Fri Feb 28 03:02:29 2014
>> /var/crash/info.3: Dumptime: Sat Mar 1 03:02:25 2014
>> /var/crash/info.4: Dumptime: Tue Mar 4 03:02:01 2014
>> /var/crash/info.5: Dumptime: Wed Mar 5 03:02:05 2014
>> /var/crash/info.6: Dumptime: Thu Mar 6 03:02:11 2014
>> /var/crash/info.last: Dumptime: Thu Mar 6 03:02:11 2014
>> This is likely triggered by one of
>> the daily periodic scipts,
>> after about 1 min from start:
>> # grep daily /etc/crontab
>> # Perform daily/weekly/monthly maintenance.
>> 1 3 * * * root periodic daily
>> but which one?
>Can you go into /etc/periodic/daily and execute those scripts one by
>one? You should be able to narrow down which one is the culprit.
unfortunately I cannot reproduce the panic
this way. What I did was:
# cd /etc/periodic/daily
# for file in `ls`
I run it twice, I could see all scripts
executing one after another,
but no panic.
Perhaps something else is happening at
the same time as daily scripts?
But I cannot find what.
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