Brian McCann wrote:
Upgrading to 7-STABLE seems to have fixed the problem.  Thanks Kris!


Great!

Kris

--Brian

On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 1:51 PM, Kris Kennaway <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Brian McCann wrote:


On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 12:58 PM, Brian McCann <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I've got an issue on a new 7.0 amd64 box (first one I've setup with
 amd64).  When I dump tiny file systems (24M and 12K for example), dump
 runs file.  When I dump something larger (202M and 2G for example), it
 hangs and stops writing.  The command I'm running is:

 dump -0uan -L -f /mnt/tiw.root.dump /

 It hangs weather I put in -L or not, and if I try going to a local
 file system or one over NFS.  I do see the following in ps:

 dump: /dev/amrd0s1a: pass 4: 80.10% done, finished in 0:00 at Wed Apr
 23 11:48:28 2008 (

 along with 3 other dump processes.

 There's no "verbose" option for dump...so I can't quite see what's
 going on.  Does anyone have any ideas on this, or has anyone seen this
 before?

 What is the wait channel in which the dump process is stuck (press ^T).  It
sounds like a kernel bug that was recently fixed, so you could just try
updating to 7.0-STABLE.  I believe it is scheduled for release as an errata
patch against 7.0-RELEASE too.

 Kris






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