re: CVS commit: src/sys/kern

2019-12-10 Thread matthew green
"Andrew Doran" writes: > Module Name: src > Committed By: ad > Date: Mon Dec 9 21:02:10 UTC 2019 > > Modified Files: > src/sys/kern: kern_rwlock.c > > Log Message: > Expunge the panicstr checks, we don't need them. can you explain why? what sort of crash-time testing did you

Re: CVS commit: src/sys/kern

2019-12-10 Thread Andrew Doran
On Wed, Dec 11, 2019 at 09:06:33AM +1100, matthew green wrote: > "Andrew Doran" writes: > > Module Name:src > > Committed By: ad > > Date: Mon Dec 9 21:02:10 UTC 2019 > > > > Modified Files: > > src/sys/kern: kern_rwlock.c > > > > Log Message: > > Expunge the

Re: CVS commit: src/sys/arch (multiboot2 support)

2019-12-10 Thread Emmanuel Dreyfus
Paul Goyette wrote: > This commit seems to have broken amd64 booting! When booting into > a qemu environment (as set up by misc/py-anita), it just hangs while > printing the "progress numbers with the spinny cursor". Others on > irc/icb have indicated an immediate crash. I rolled back the

Re: CVS commit: src/sys/arch (multiboot2 support)

2019-12-10 Thread Emmanuel Dreyfus
Paul Goyette wrote: > This commit seems to have broken amd64 booting! When booting into > a qemu environment (as set up by misc/py-anita), it just hangs while > printing the "progress numbers with the spinny cursor". Others on > irc/icb have indicated an immediate crash. > > Seems like

re: CVS commit: src/sys/kern

2019-12-10 Thread matthew green
> > > Log Message: > > > Expunge the panicstr checks, we don't need them. > > > > can you explain why? > > Sure, [ .. ] ah, wow. i didn't realise it had such a bad effect on cpus before they actually go properly down. we should probably work hard to make them go down faster if possible,

Re: CVS commit: src/sys/arch (multiboot2 support)

2019-12-10 Thread Paul Goyette
This commit seems to have broken amd64 booting! When booting into a qemu environment (as set up by misc/py-anita), it just hangs while printing the "progress numbers with the spinny cursor". Others on irc/icb have indicated an immediate crash. Seems like non-efi booting is borked. Module