Le 2001-05-29, Andrew Gallatin écrivait :
> In order for a bug report like this to be useful, you need to supply a
> backtrace from ddb or gdb. See the Kernel Debugging section of the
> FreeBSD handbook for instructions on how to obtain such information.
ddb did not help much: after the two 'kernel trap 12 with interrupts
disabled' messages, the hot key does not work anymore.
Using gdb on rpc.lockd and some ddb single-stepping, I was able to
see that the freeze occurs somewhere during the first call to
I'll try a remote GDB session and see if it helps to at least find out
where precisely the error occurs. Or maybe I could add a call to panic()
when the faulty trap occurs, which would drop me into DDB?
Thomas Quinot ** Département Informatique & Réseaux ** [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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