Pau Rodriguez wrote: > #dmesg|tail -n 2 > Warning: pid 474 used static ldt allocation. > See the i386_set_ldt man page for more info > > What does it means? > > It was apearring for aprox. 15days. > > What I have to do? > > Maybe it was asked before... Could anybody refetch that message or answer? :(
The program you are running is asking for a specific LDT entry, and this usage is deprecated, to avoid multiple library instances requesting the same LDT in the same program. The program should be recompiled to use a start_sel of LDT_AUTO_ALLOC, which will cause it to be dynamically allocated, which will avoid any potential conflict between libraries and/or your application. This was done a while ago, and was discussed on both the -current and -arch mailing lists; if you are going to run -current, you should probably subscribe to the -current mailing list so you see these things when they happen, and they don't suprise you. More information is available in the man page references on 5.1-current on the FreeBSD.org web site (Documentation/Manual pages) or in the man page on the system having the problem. The man page should probably be updated to deprecate non-automatic allocation specifically, since it doesn't appear to say anything useful about it at present (and your console message specifically references the non-existent deprecation in the man page). -- Terry _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"