Maybe this is a transient no one else will see ?:
with no /boot/loader.conf, my old custom kernel booted & my new one paniced:
panic: Lock (sx) random_adaptors not locked @ dev/random/random_adaptors.c:278
-r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 13625036 Nov 1 18:37 /boot/kernel.old/kernel*
-r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 13629202 Nov 4 11:09 /boot/kernel/kernel*
I can not give an SVN revision number as I did not use svn myself to extract
that /usr/src/ which I received via CTM, but as it was:
ls -l .ctm_status
-rw-r--r-- 1 jhs staff 14 Nov 3 16:13 .ctm_status
By Tue Nov 4 13:12:39 CET 2014 I had since received a new ctm mail
-r--r--r-- 1 mailnull mailnull 14858 Nov 3 21:25
I built a GENERIC kernel which booted OK, Then a custom kernel also booted OK.
(maybe someone fixed the panic).
Seperately after, trying to look where I might find an svn number
to quote non ctm users for the above, I ran:
svn export -q file:///usr/svn/base/head # Exported revision 274078
find + grep 274078 ...
/* $FreeBSD: head/lib/libnetbsd/sys/time.h 274078 2014-11-04
02:00:07Z ngie $
Is there a better place in src/ to look for svn numbers to quote ?
Normaly I only have what's in src/ ... maybe the ctm server
should catch the stdout or stderr from svn & write it to eg
BTW I've been seeing boot lock order reversals for week[s], without panics.
Julian Stacey, BSD Linux Unix'78 C Sys Eng Consultant Munich http://berklix.com
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