On Sun, Dec 24, 2017 at 03:03:33PM +0100, O. Hartmann wrote:
> ...
> So, it is dangerous to update beyond r327121? I'm running on most of our 
> machines now
> r327121 and it does not show nay anomalies so far ...
> Regards,
> Oliver
> .....

Hmm...  Well, reviewing the output from "svn log", I see that the next
commit to head after r327121 is r327140 -- a change to head/sbin/ipfw.
I have a hard time imagining how that could possibly affect anything
during the kernel device probes prior to the transition from single- to
multi-user mode.

So at this stage, I have no indication that what I observed in both of
my machines that track head will necessarily be seen by others.

I could try r327121, perhaps...

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