> On Sat, Apr 27, 2002 at 04:01:28PM +1000, Darren Reed wrote: > > In some email I received from Doug Barton, sie wrote: > > > On Fri, 26 Apr 2002, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: > > >=20 > > > > I tested this on i386 only with 2 days old -CURRENT (today's is > > > > broken due to the import of latest IPFilter suite) > > >=20 > > > I updated to the latest and greatest last night around midnight > > > and built/installed -current just fine. What about the ipfilter import = > is > > > broken, and have you let Darren know? I haven't seen anything on the li= > sts > > > about it... > >=20 > > I have not received any email about it. I tested building all the ipfilt= > er > > binaries and kernel after the import and came up clean. if ref5 was a bit > > quicker.... > >=20 > That was probably a local problem on one of the Brian's fast machines > where I initially attempted to finally test my patch (unsynched cvsup > update?). Sorry for the false alarm, I can't check it right now anyway.
Yes... I've had periods where the compiler drops cores all over the place, and other periods where things work fine. It's on a P4-1.7Ghz and has behaved like this since about last August. The only variable is the kernel - some kernels work and some don't. I've spent many 10s of hours trying to track it down, and I still have no idea what causes it - except that some kernels ``just work'' and some don't. Maybe it depends on the humidity in the room when a kernel is built or something - and I'm only half joking here ! FWIW ru, /boot/kernel/kernel seems ok now. /boot/kernel.sig/kernel isn't. -- Brian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> http://www.freebsd-services.com/ <brian@[uk.]FreeBSD.org> Don't _EVER_ lose your sense of humour ! <brian@[uk.]OpenBSD.org> To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message