In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Will Andrews writes : >On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 03:30:40PM -0700, Brooks Davis wrote: >> I haven't tryed backing the commits out yet, but I'm seeing similar behavior >> on my HP Omnibook 500. In my case, it's actually not quite hung. What >> appears to be happening is that nothing is causing the console buffer to >> actually flush. The system is up (sort of), but the only way to see the >> console output is to cause a kernel printf, say be breaking in to the >> debugger. The system is basicaly useless at that point and you can't >> shutdown cleanly. > >Similar behavior manifests itself on my -current laptop dated >before April 27. I.O.W. it appears to freeze but will flush the >console if you break to the debugger then hit 'c'. > >I believe this was caused by an earlier change to the timecounter >code. Unfortunately I didn't have time to investigate further.
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