Okay, from -CURRENT fetched at approximately 1320 CDT today, buildworld/installworld
were successful, building the kernel was
successful, booting failed with the following [copied by hand]:
trap 12: page fault in kernel mode
cpuid = 1 lapic id = 01000000
virt. addr = 0x0
code = supervisor read, page not present
ip = 0x8:0xc0231aa6
sp = 0x10:0xd073db10
fp = 0x10:0xd073db48
cs = base = 0x0 limit = 0xfffff type = 1b
dpl = 0x0 pres = 1 def32 = 1 gran = 1
eflags = interrupt enable, resume, IOPL = 0
proc = 156 (nfsd)
panic: page fault
synching disks: panic: bdwrite: buffer not busy
I am using a Tyan S1696-DLUA SMP Mobo with 512M RAM and dual Pent-II/333 CPUs
Julian Elischer wrote:
> I'm wondering how many people have tried running -current with the
> KSE-2 changes in it. I've had only one minor bug report so far.
> (which is either good or bad depending on wheterh it means
> "it all works" or "No-one is using it"....)
> Peter reminded me that we haven't changed the pc98 files for
> netgraph. In nearly all cases the changes will be identical to those
> in the i386 files but we have no way of testing them..
> If a pc98 person can contect me I can help convert anything that is
> required to make it work again.
ET has one helluva sense of humor!
He's always anal-probing right-wing schizos!
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