On Wed, Sep 17, 2003 at 11:27:44AM -0500, Kenton Brede wrote:
> On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Kenton Brede wrote:
> > I've attached "uname -a" and the last part of the compile process when 
> > "make buildworld" quits.  Basically the last line ends with -
> > 
> > /usr/src/usr.sbin/ipsend/../../contrib/ipfilter/iplang/iplang_y.y:24: 
> > sys/stat.: No such file or direcory
> > 
> > The process stops when it reaches "#include <sys/stat.^@>" line 24 in 
> > iplang_y.y
> <snip>
> I think there is a memory problem on the system.  I talked to the
> person who installed the OS and she said she had a core dump after the
> install.  The compiler was having internal errors as well.  The iplang_y.y file is 
> certainly corrupted with all the "^@" characters I found throughout the file.  
> Could a cord dump cause this file to become corrupted?

Not likely.  It's more likely that the RAM corruption caused the file
to be written with the bit-flip in it when the sources were installed.
Expect to see more of these until you replace the broken RAM.


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