On Sun, 26 Nov 2000, Mark Murray wrote:

> > seems to be going ok, but I pick up a kernel panic whilst printing.
>                             ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> Ditto. Also on a dual-cpu machine, also a really recent CURRENT.

Well, I can catch the panic in gdb, but I'm not sure how to proceed.  The
active processes (for me) are irq7:lpt0, irq7:ppc0, and gs (ghostscript,
being driven from my apsfilter installation).

What's the right way to access the stacks of these processes, so that I
can look at their stack frames, and get some idea if they're interfering
with one another?

Chuck Robey         | Interests include C & Java programming, FreeBSD,
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