I would, except that several attempts to get this to work have failed. It
hangs syncing disks, I couldn't get into ddb....I'll keep trying as I can,
but, you know, this is really really easy to reproduce- can't you do it?
The best I can tell you at the moment is that objcopy is in sleeping on
> :The loopback nfs hangs that have been with us for a month have now propagated
> :to -stable.
> Can you break into DDB and get a 'ps' and a kernel core? There are a
> bunch of things it could be, including possibly my low-memory deadlock
> code (which concentrated more on UFS and not so much on NFS), though
> my low-memory deadlock code was committed all the way back in
> december (12/29). The only recent commit was to fix an O_EXCL bug,
> and I doubt that could cause a loopback deadlock. The cause could
> also be related to MFC's (not by me) related to the network stack,
> which are more recent. There isn't much in the cvs logs that I
> can see as having caused the problem to occur only recently.
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