Bernd Luevelsmeyer wrote:
> Dampure, Pierre Y. wrote:
> >
> > I installed 5.0-20000621-CURRENT on a new system (OR840, 2x733EB, 512MB
> > RDRAM) and had problems with top / systat / vmstat all failing after
> > reporting problems with nlist:
> [...]
> At a guess, you don't use /boot/loader?
> The loader seems to be no longer optional, see
> This problem has been discussed several times in the "questions" mailing
> list, and R. Ermilov kindly mailed 2 patches:
> (While I'm at it, may I suggest that the patches be committed? I'm using
> them for more than a month now on 4.0-Stable, and they work just fine.)

My system has 4 SCSI disks, W2K on disk 0, FreeBSD on 1, 2 and 3
(FreeBSD Multiboot installed on disk 0; disks 1, 2 and 3 all in
dedicated mode). At boot time, boo2 throws out a 'No /boot/loader'
messages, then proceeds to load the kernel normally.

So... I guess indeed I do not use /boot/loader, though not of my own

Thanks for the pointers!


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