Yeah, I'm also using the SMP kernel.

Dan Nelson wrote:

> In the last episode (Jan 28), Jim Bryant said:
>>Oh yeah, I immediately did a shutdown with reboot, and the problem
>>did not duplicate itself.
>>Jim Bryant wrote:
>>>After upgrading -current, then reverting back to the previous [more 
>>>stable] kernel, upon rebooting after reverting, I noticed the oddest 
>>>thing on ttyv0.  Apparently, after /etc/rc took over in init all of the 
>>>text was still in the kernel color scheme.
>>>FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #1: Fri Jan 18 
>>>22:30:28 CST 2002
>>>All I can say is that this is the first time I have seen this kinda 
>>>thing under FreeBSD, and I've been using it since version
> This happens to me about 50% of the time, but only with an SMP kernel,
> and only with a verbose kernel boot.  I just don't boot verbose anymore
> :)  I assume it's some sort of locking problem in the console driver.

          ET has one helluva sense of humor!
     He's always anal-probing right-wing schizos!
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