> > Interfaces in promiscuous mode will always result in a reboot.  I 
> > *usually* get away with ejecting an active card if it's not in 
> > promiscuous mode.
> A while back I committed patches to use bpf_detach(), which elminated the
> struct ifnet pointer in the bpf described at detach time.  This removed
> most of the panics I experience on ejecting pccards.  This should be in
> 5.0-CURRENT and 4.1-STABLE.  If you're still experiencing panics, we
> should track it down some more as presumably there is another reference
> (it could also be a race condition, or in-use mbuf during detach?)

I guess with a promiscuous interface, it's a whole lot more likely 
that there's an in-use mbuf around somewhere.  That's probably what 
panics things I would think.

>   Robert N M Watson 
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