On Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 11:17:53PM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote:
> bug 1 hides bug 2 hides bug 3
> the current state of play:
> the system works well for a while however there is a leak in
> the system that gradually runs the system out memory.
> the wired memory count grows with time. My test system presently has 
> 241MB of Wired memory out of a 512M system.


I have the latest pmap.c changes.  When I reboot, I'm
greeted with:

Loading /boot/defaults/loader.conf
Unable to load kernel!
can't load 'kernel'

This could be a ACPI problem.  ACPI has never worked
on this motherboard, and the recently imported ACPI
code might be the cause of the problem.

A 2 day old kernel boots fine, but evenly dies with
vm problem as you describe above.


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