On 29.03.2017 0:15, Andrey Chernov wrote:
> On 28.03.2017 22:33, Ngie Cooper (yaneurabeya) wrote:
>>> On Mar 28, 2017, at 12:30, Andrey Chernov <a...@freebsd.org> wrote:
>>> With latest -current amd64, reboot happens almost immediately, leaving
>>> FS dirty. No proper backward rc.d or /usr/local/etc/rc.d sequence
>>> execution is shown. No deactivating GELI swap too.
>> Hi Andrey,
>>      Do you have a typescript demonstrating this? Adding rc_debug=yes to 
>> /etc/rc.conf would be super helpful, along with `boot -v`, to see whether 
>> the issue is in userspace or rc(5).
>>      I’ll double check my amd64/i386 VMs too (if possible, redirect the 
>> output over serial to a typescript for analysis).
>>      Are you using vanilla FreeBSD, a fork, or a packaged variant (mfsbsd, 
>> nanobsd, etc)?
>> Thanks!
>> -Ngie
> Using rc_debug=yes I see that it is the kernel problem, not rc problem.
> Sometimes rc backward sequence executed even fully, sometimes only
> partly, but in unpredictable moment inside rc sequence the kernel decide
> to reboot quickly (or even deadly hang in rare cases). Always without
> any "Syncing buffers..." leaving FS dirty. No zfs etc. just normal UFS,
> no EFI, no GPT.
> I change GELI swap to normal one, but it does not help. The same
> untouched config works for years, I see this bug for the first time in
> FreeBSD.

I forget to mention that typescript and dmesg does not survive after
this reboot (or rare hang).

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