GENERIC works, so this looks like an SMP problem.
Its happening right after the CPU initializes. This is probably the first
SMP code the machine runs? Is hardware incompatibility a good guess? I
would have expected that if someone broke ffs_mountfs() that someone else
would have noticed by now...
Oh, I forgot to say in my previous message that my motherboard is a
Asus K7M266D. It runs 4.5-STABLE with SMP turned on fine, but only with
MP spec 1.1 and not 1.4. There's a BIOS upgrade which is supposed to fix
Linux + MP spec 1.4 issues which might fix 1.4 for FreeBSD as well. It
could fix this as well maybe?
On Fri, 22 Mar 2002, Lamont Granquist wrote:
> I'll try to see if this was due to the cvsup or due to SMP. I've got a UP
> kernel from a few weeks ago that works fine.
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