I applied Tor's patch and while it helped, I still got a panic
("deallocate_dependencies: active_pagedep", which, btw, Tor's patch added)
partway into a buildworld. I've resigned to disabling softupdates on my
machine for now =-(
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bruce A. Mah [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, June 04, 2001 4:56 PM
> To: David Wolfskill
> Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: Re: anyone seen these outside of alpha? or on non-SMP?
> If memory serves me right, David Wolfskill wrote:
> > >Someone should test and commit Tor's patch. I didn't have time to
> > >check whether it fixed the problems before I left (and I'm sure as
> > >hell not going to update back to -current remotely to
> check myself :-)
> > FWIW, I applied that patch to the -CURRENT side of my
> laptop a couple
> > of days ago. Since then, I've been able to do my daily
> -CURRENT builds
> > in multi-user mode, within an X environment, using -j4 on the "make
> > buildworld" step.
> I did the patch on one of my scratch boxes, and it's allowed me to do
> "make release" without the machine dying mid-way through. (i386, UP,
> GENERIC kernel, softupdates enabled on all filesystems except /,
> multi-user, no X).
> There was a bit of discussion when I reported this apparent
> progress to
> -current last week (look for a thread entitled "freelist corruption:
> more info").
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