On 30-Dec-00 Michael Harnois wrote:
> panic: lockable mtx_enter() of lockmgr interlock when not legal @
> ../../kern/kern_lock.c: 247
> which is
> mtx_enter(lkp->lk_interlock, MTX_DEF);

We need to know where interrupts were disabled (since that is what makes the
blockable mtx_enter() not legal).  The most likely reason is that sched_lock is
held.  Take a crash dump if you can, and then examine the
'__mtx_debug_sched_lock' variable.  Esp. the mtxd_line and mtd_file members
which tell us where sched_lock was last acquired.


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