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




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 I can't quite see what's
 going on.  Does anyone have any ideas on this, or has anyone seen this

 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.


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