:> The structure is being bzero()'d before its dynamic flag gets checked.
:> I've included a patch below. Josef, I would appreciate it if you would
:> apply the patch and try your system with the various procfs devices
:> mounted again. It's an obvious bug so I'm comitting it to -current now,
:> the question is: Is it the *only* bug?
:Hmm, why bzero at all if you are just going to free it? Why not move the bzero
:to an else after the ISDYNSTRUCT check? (Not that this is really all that
:important, but... :)
:John Baldwin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> <>< http://www.FreeBSD.org/~jhb/
He is invalidating the structure to catch references to deleted sbufs.
(see assert_sbuf_integrity() calls).
Josef, I take back my last request... I think there's another bug.
Your vmstat -m output showed that both the sbuf pool and the VFS cache
pool were blown up. The fix I just made will probably only solve the
sbuf pool issue. If you still want to test it, observe both pools
in the vmstat -m output carefully!
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