:I cvsup'd and built world+kernel a few hours ago and was happy to see 
:KDE working again, but I got a spontaneous reboot while trying to track 
:down a segfault in a mozilla build component.  I "boot -v"'ed and as 
:soon as the login prompt came up I hit a panic.  I'm guessing the 
:backgorund fsck had something to do with it.   I'll hand-copy the trace 
:here; any debugging info needed while my box is stuck at the debugger, 
:lemme know:

I don't have the output to show people since I was trying to reproduce but
couldnt, but i got essentially the same panic, but it came only from a
syscall to open() that called ufs_create() -> ufs_makeinode ->
ffs_valloc() -> panic.

I can try and reproduce (tho, mine occured when just running cscope) and
get a dump.


:FreeBSD/i386 (foo) (ttyv0)
:login: mode = 041777, inum = 12871, fs = /usr
:panic: ffs_valloc: dup alloc
:cpuid = 0; lapic.id = 00000000
:Stopped at         Debugger+0x46:  xchgl   %ebx,in_Debugger.0
:db> trace
:Debugger(c02d9eda) at Debugger+0x46
:panic(c02e9a21,c02e9a00,43ff,3247,c41c58d4) at panic+0xd6
:ffs_valloc(c4284100,8100,c159a180,d6afd6f0) at ffs_valloc+0x141
:ufs_makeinode(8100,c4284100,d6afda20,d6afda34) at ufs_makeinode+0x58
:ufs_create(d6afd94c,d6afda68,c0248a68,d6afd94c,c0346b78) at ufs_create+0x26
:ufs_vnoperate(d6afd94c) at ufs_vnoperate+0x13
:ffs_snapshot(c41b7600,80b2ba0,d6afda94,c41db700,c0346bf0) at 
:ffs_mount(c41b7600,c4421200,bfbffcc0,d6afdbf8,c159f300) at ffs_mount+0x48
:vfs_mount(c159f300,c41b2eb0,c4421200,1211000,bfbffcc0) at ffs_mount+0x6dc
:mount(c159f300,d6afdd14,4,1,202) at mount+0x6a
:syscall(2f,2f,2f,0,bfbffde0) at syscall+0x23c
:syscall_with_err_pushed() at syscall_with_err_pushed+0x1b
:--- syscall (21, FreeBSD ELF, mount), eip = 0x80549d7, esp = 0xbfbffbdc, 
:ebp = 0xbfbffd48 ---
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