On Monday, 18 September 2000 at  1:29:34 +0200, Michael Reifenberger wrote:
> On Mon, 18 Sep 2000, Greg Lehey wrote:
> ...
>> Oops, that's what comes of typing hurriedly early in the morning.
>>   p ((struct proc *)gd_curproc)->p_comm
>>   p ((struct proc *)gd_curproc)->p_pid
> Works better:
> (kgdb) p ((struct proc *)gd_curproc)->p_comm
> $6 = "irq1: atkbd0\000\000\000\000"
> (kgdb) p ((struct proc *)gd_curproc)->p_pid
> $7 = 0x10

Hmm.  I suppose that's reasonable, since you've just pressed a key.

We obviously have a problem here, but I'm not going to be able to look
at it myself until Friday or Saturday.  Anybody else want to take a
look?  There's also the possibility that a problem I had seen and not
investigated could in fact be the same problem: I got it tarring and
untarring across an NFS connection.

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