On May 19, 2006, at 2:38 PM, Kris Kennaway wrote:

On Thu, May 18, 2006 at 10:54:19PM -0400, Joe Auty wrote:

On May 18, 2006, at 12:36 AM, Kris Kennaway wrote:

On Wed, May 17, 2006 at 07:06:59PM -0400, Joe Auty wrote:

A problem I've had since 6.0 remains in 6.1 where my machine kernel
panics at boot trying to kldload some module (it doesn't say which
one). It also does not log this panic.

I suppose this isn't terribly helpful information, but if there is
anything you can suggest I do (including pass this on to an
interested party), please let me know how I can help =)

It sounds like you have an old (6.0) module you're still trying to
load.  Things like the nvidia driver and other ports are prime

Hi, I tried commenting out all of the kernel modules in /boot/
loader.conf, and I'm still panicing. I wrote down some of the panic
message this time.

The code is "superviser read, page not present"

the panic output is:

panic: page fault

Unless you guys have any ideas of things I can try, I'll just file this.

Any ideas?

So you claimed originally that it was due to kldloading "some module",
but now you're still getting the same panic when you're not kldloading
anything?  Can you please clarify exactly what is the situation?

I suspect you're still actually kldloading something (modules are
loaded on demand for some things): did you boot into single-user mode
and confirm that all modules are up-to-date?

I'm getting this error message during boot time, not during manual loading of modules. I'm getting this error message despite disabling all my third-party modules listed in /boot/loader.conf. I'm assuming that all modules stored in /boot/kernel are system modules, and it would be expected that they would all be able to run without kernel panicing during boot?

Sorry for my lack of clarity! Where I became unclear was probably in saying "some module". During boot time, once this panic is spewed onto my screen, it doesn't indicate which (system) module it is choking on.

This panic occurred in single user mode under 6.0 too, I haven't tried single user mode in 6.1 yet....

Joe Auty
NetMusician: web publishing software for musicians

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