I'm working on getting the AFS client to work under FreeBSD. I just compiled a -current kernel with DEBUG_VFS_LOCKS, and before I could even load the AFS module I had the system stop with the following locking assertion:
getdirtybuf: 0xc2678000 interlock is not locked but should be Backtrace looks like: getdirtybuf(de17cbb4, 0, 1, c7732ba0, 1) +0xee flush_deplist(c268ad4c, 1, de17cbdc, de17cbe0, 0) +0x43 flush_inodedep_deps(c2670000,1ab,ffffffff,c26ed000,124) +0xa3 softdep_sync_metadata(de17cca4, 0, c037b672, 124, 0) +0x87 ffs_fsync(de17cca4, c03714ea, c0373416, ad8, 0) +0x3b9 fsync(c25d7850, de17cd10, c038276b, 3ec, 1) +0x1d4 syscall() ... One vnode is locked: 0xc26ed000: tag ufs, type VREG, usecount 1, writecount 1, refcount 1, flags (VV_OBJBUF), lock type ufs: EXCL (count 1) by thread 0xc25d7850 ino 427, on dev ad0s1a (4, 13) This is repeated four times with the same vnode. Obviously, it would help to have a solution to this problem so that I can debug what I'm really interested in rather than worrying about UFS. -GAWollman _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"