>Date: Fri, 18 May 2001 10:48:19 -0700 (PDT)
>From: David Wolfskill <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

>[Excruciatingly long narrative of panic during buildworld for today's
-CURRENT elided; it's in the archives.  dhw]

Reporting back after getting today's -CURRENT built:
FreeBSD dhcp-140.catwhisker.org 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #2: Fri May 18 
11:31:46 PDT 2001     root@:/common/C/obj/usr/src/sys/LAPTOP_30W  i386

Taking a cue from Szilveszter Adam's response to my note, I booted into
single-user mode, turned off soft updates for the file systems on ad0s3
(all of which get used during the biuldworld/installworld process, since
/usr/obj is a symlink to somwhere in /common -- df listing below for
reference), and I unmounted the file systems on ad0s1 & ad0s2.

I then did the make buildworld/kernel/installworld & mergemaster while
remaining in single-user mode, running yesterday's -CURRENT (but, as
noted, with soft updates turned off for all mounted file systems).

As noted, it appears to have completed successfully.  I have turned
soft updates back on for everything.  Tomorrow's build may prove
"interesting".

Here's what "df -k" looks like (while I'm running -CURRENT):

Filesystem  1K-blocks     Used    Avail Capacity  Mounted on
/dev/ad0s3a     95263    73782    13860    84%    /
devfs               1        1        0   100%    /dev
/dev/ad0s1a     95263    40812    46830    47%    /S1
/dev/ad0s1e    915695   777472    64968    92%    /S1/usr
/dev/ad0s2a     95263    41030    46612    47%    /S2
/dev/ad0s2e    915727   776108    66361    92%    /S2/usr
/dev/ad0s3e    915727   733431   109038    87%    /usr
/dev/ad0s3g    254063   107557   126181    46%    /var
/dev/ad0s3h  14116697  4180188  8807174    32%    /common
procfs              4        4        0   100%    /proc
/dev/md10c     520140       16   478516     0%    /tmp

I haven't seen anyone else reporting any problems similar to what I
experienced, so I'm not about to claim there's something that's
definitely broken....

Cheers,
david
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