sorry, it's easilly reproducable.
I built a -current kernel supped today now without apm, acpi, usb.

- "boot -s" for singleuser
- "mount -oro /usr"
- "cd /usr/ports"
- "tar cf /dev/null . &"
- "tar cf - . | tar tvf -"

Could someone enlight me how to get some more usefull information after getting into 
ddb(4) and the handbook is not really specific about.
Esp. how do I inspect specific processes which I see in "ps".
"trace" is of no help when manually breaking into ddb.
Is there something like "bt" or "up", like in gdb?

Michael Reifenberger - IT, UNIX, R/3-Basis
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> -----Urspr> üngliche Nachricht-----
> Von:  Alain Thivillon [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Gesendet am:  Freitag, 15. September 2000 14:11
> An:   Reifenberger Michael
> Betreff:      Re: Partial success with current on Laptop.
> Reifenberger Michael <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> écrivait (wrote) :
> > My configuration:
> >   - Tecra8000
>       I run the same, with only 64Mo.
> >   - 256MB Ram
> >   - ad0: IBM DARA 25000 @ UDMA33
> >   - ad1: IBM DARA 26480 @ UDMA33
>       I have only one disk, in DMA, with softupdates. I have tried
> some of the stress tests you mention, and ... no crashes.
> >   - apm (suspend/resume not testet)
>       Works for me.
>       My only problem is that Fan is NEVER turned off (it seems that
> idle loop in kernel as become CPU intensive and energy hardware can not
> stop cooling). At this time, this is a minor annoyance.

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