i think I saw the same problem. I was trying to do a
make buiildworld and the system hung early in the build
process (while it was rm /usr/obj and cleaning dirs).
I froze hard; no ctl-alt-del, no nothing. I had to remove
the battery to reboot it (it's a laptop).
I rebooted the old kernel and re-cvsuped and rebuilt and
it works fine now.
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of David W. Chapman
> Sent: 24 November 2001 03:43
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> Subject: ata drive under -current
> I am running -current and trying to remove a directory and every time
> I try it hardlocks the computer. Its a -current as of noon central
> time. I'm doing a drive fitness test, does anyone have any idea on
> how to debug this?
> David W. Chapman Jr.
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