I have received a few reports of panics when loading modules.  If you're
going to run it you may want to staticly compile in pseudofs/procfs, etc.


On Sun, 10 Mar 2002, Glenn Gombert wrote:

>  I have the UMA patch installed on two systems here, a 500Mhz K7 system and
> dual PIII SMP box, both of which have WITNESS and INVARIANTS configured in
> the kernel. I will run them for the next few days, and report anything that
> looks unusual in operation :)
> GG.
> >I'd like people to test with WITNESS and INVARIANTS, although with these
> >options on it is somewhat slower than the original kernel.  With these
> >disabled it is on par.  If you have a SMP machine you will get witness
> >warnings if you run low on memory.  There is no real problem except that
> >witness doesn't understand that the condition is safe.
> >
> >If you do test this patch, please send me an email so I know how many
> >people are using this.  If you get a lock order violation other than
> >"acquring duplicate lock of same type" please let me know.  If you get a
> >panic, please give me a stack trace (tr in ddb) and the output of "call
> >uma_print_stats" in the debugger if that is possible.
> >
> >This has been debugged and tested over several months so it is quite
> >stable for me.  Hopefully it will be stable for you too. :-)
> >
> >The patch and new files are available at:
> >http://www.chesapeake.net/~jroberson/uma.tar
> >
> >Untar into src/sys and apply the patch.  After you rerun config you should
> >be ready to compile.
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Jeff
> >
> >
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