On Mon, 27 Nov 2000, Alfred Perlstein wrote:

> * The Hermit Hacker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [001127 18:12] wrote:
> > 
> > Morning all ...
> > 
> >     Every since the SMPng code went into -current way back when, I've
> > been experiencing hangs ... and am not quite sure how to debug this.  I'm
> > in X all the time, so breaking to the debugger to see where its hanging
> > isn't possible ...
> > 
> >     Some kernels its relatively easy to trigger, some kernels are
> > harder to trigger, but they all do at some point in time ...
> >     
> >     Can someone suggestion a method of being able to debug this?
> Serial console, add BREAK_TO_DEBUGGER (sp?) to your kernel config and
> hook your laptop up to it.

actually, got everything compiled nicely, rebooted and figured I'd pound
the system the best way I know how:

   make -j16 world

system hung solid ... ctl-alt-esc won't even get me to DDB ...

this kernel seems to do it faster then the previous one ...

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