> On Fri, 26 Apr 2002, Brian Somers wrote:
> BS>The intent is to discover whether there's a filesystem yet (vn_open()
> BS>will die horribly otherwise).
> BS>My use of rootdev is (obviously) flawed. AFAICT, either rootvp
> BS>or rootvnode should be used, but I can't tell the difference between
> BS>the two at a glance and am lacking development resources right now
> BS>(my development box seems to enjoy dropping cores too frequently to
> BS>build a kernel at the moment).
> BS>If somebody could test that rootvnode or rootvp are non-NULL after
> BS>an NFS-mounted root is set up, I'd thankfully approve the quick
> BS>fix... :*)
> dlc1# gdb -k /boot/kernel/kernel /dev/mem
> (no debugging symbols found)...
> IdlePTD at phsyical address 0x00392000
> initial pcb at physical address 0x082bdda0
> panic messages:
> #0 0xc017b968 in mi_switch ()
> (kgdb) p rootdev
> $1 = -1
> (kgdb) p rootvnode
> $2 = -843452416
> (kgdb) p rootvp
> $3 = -843452416
> They obviously point to the same thing and are non-NULL (root is NFS).
Thanks. I've committed the change.
> harti brandt,
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