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>I found it is quite easy to panic a -current kernel with 2 login windows.
>In window 1 do a "tail -f /tmp/world.out"
>In window 2 do a "tail -f /tmp/world.out"
>In window 2 do "^C" to break out of tail -f
>In window 1 do "^C" to break out of tail -f
>The box panic immediately.

Hmm.  I reproduced this here; the panic is in SLIST_REMOVE() when it
is removing the second event.  Funny enough, this does not happen on
-stable.  Did something change in the list macros recently that would
cause this?

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