Soren Schmidt wrote:
> It seems Peter Wemm wrote:
> > Hmm. with the mp_machdep.c fix committed, that leaves the only other
> > significant difference being the re-enable of HLT when a cpu goes idle
> > in i386/i386/machdep.c.
> That still lockups, tried a freshly checked out sys...
> > The refcount.[ch] stuff is not relevant to this problem.
> > The kern/subr_prf.c change doesn't *appear* to be a likely candidate,
> > unless you are printing lots of console messages during the buildworld..
> > The kern/vfs_aio.c are not relevant as VFS_AIO is not in GENERIC.
> > The rest are comments, mtx_assert()'s or DDB activation related.
> > Soren, can you retest a buildworld with the currently committed kernel
> > with no other changes? Let us see if the forward_signal() stuff is the
> > culprit, and if not, try adding just the i386/i386/machdep.c patch to HLT
> > the idle CPU. (if *that* makes a difference then we have got trouble!)
> I'll try adding the forward_signal stuff see if that helps...
But John committed that! it should be in the fresh checkout you tried
above.... Of course, that is assuming you cvsup'ed very recently..
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