Well, seems to be my week for finding bugs. With -current sources that are
up to date as of now, the kernel panics when it tries to probe my CD
writer. I have scsi hard drives, an atapi CD-ROM as master on ata0, and a
CD-RW as master on ata1. Normally they probe like this:

acd0: DVD-ROM <DVD-ROM BDV316B> at ata0-master UDMA33
acd1: CD-RW <YAMAHA CRW2100E> at ata1-master WDMA2

I have:


in /boot/loader.conf as well. A boot -v on the kernel that crashes looks
like this (copied by hand, so there might be some errors):

ata1-master: piomode=4 dmamode=2 udmamode=1 dmaflag=1
ata1-master: successs setting WDMA2 on Intel Chip
acd1: REQUEST_SENSE command timeout-resetting
ata1: resetting devices .. ata1: mask=03 ostat0=58 ostat2=01
acd1: ATAPI probe 14 eb
ata1-slave: ATAPI probe 14 eb
ata1: mask=03 stat0=00 stat1=01
ata1: devices=0c
ata1-slave: ATAPI identify retries exceeded
acd1: failure to execute ATAPI packet command
acd1: MODE_SENSE_BIG command timeout - resetting
ata1: resetting devices .. ata1: mask=03 ostat0=58 ostat2=01
ata1: mask=00 stat0=90 stat1=81

panic: free: address 0 out of range

I've never had a problem with this CD-RW before, I've burnt a lot of CD's
with it. Kernel as of 9/29 works just fine. 

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