On Wed, Oct 10, 2001 at 11:09:30AM -0700, Mark Peek wrote:
> At 9:29 AM -0700 10/10/01, Bruce A. Mah wrote:
> >OK, sounds good. Seems to me this is something that might deserve a
> >mention in UPDATING. Something like:
> > During a source upgrade of a 4-STABLE machine to -CURRENT, the
> > installkernel step will attempt to execute a non-existent kldxref
> > executable. (kldxref exists in -CURRENT, but not in 4-STABLE.)
> > This error is non-fatal and can be ignored.
> That looks good. Thanks for writing it up. I'm not sure how precise you want
> to be but here's a slight change to include -CURRENT upgrades.
> During a source upgrade of a 4-STABLE (or -CURRENT prior to 20010910)
> machine to -CURRENT, the installkernel step will attempt to execute a
> non-existent kldxref executable. (kldxref exists in -CURRENT as of
> 20010910, but not in 4-STABLE.) This error is non-fatal and can be
I think just running 'installworld' twice will "fix" it. The error is
non-fatal, but not without implications. The only one that I am aware
of is that your system might have some trouble doing kldload(8) unless
it is given the full path of the module.
Crist J. Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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