On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Robert Watson wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> > Well, I swear I have to be missing something here that is going to
> > make me slap my forehead, but I can't get into single user mode :(
> > I hit the space bar, type in 'boot -s' and it goes through all the
> > normal start up procedures, sets up the networking, etc ...
> > The reason I'm trying to get into single user mode is cause I
> > can't get into multi-user without it doing:
> That's interesting -- this morning, I hit a ffs_valloc: dup alloc panic
> following a buildworld. I assumed it was to do with my local ACL patches,
> although I have been unable to find a bug that could trigger it. I'm
> wondering if this isn't some sort of locking issue in VFS. I managed to
> trigger it in ufs_mkdir(), as I introduced a potentially location for
> blocking where previously none existed, suggesting that perhaps some UFS
> code is playing fast and loose with vnode locks. This panic is
> generated when FFS tries to recycle a vnode, but discovers it has a
> non-zero mode, indicating that it is in use elsewhere in the system,
> which should never happen.
> BTW, do you have FFS_EXTATTR enabled?
not that I've enabled ...
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