Off-topic: "BEAST" seems very appropriate naming.

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> On Oct 18, 2016, at 01:11, Paul Goyette <p...@whooppee.com> wrote:
> 
> Just as an added experiment, can you try to boot the non-PCIVERBOSE kernel, 
> and at the boot prompt enter
> 
>    load pciverbose
> 
> before actually booting?
> 
> As far as getting a back-trace, you could set DDB_COMMANDONENTER="bt" in your 
> config file ....
> 
> The dmesg looks interesting, especially with that strange pci9 bus.  My 
> machine has a similar "management devices" pci bus.
> 
> 
> 
>> On Mon, 17 Oct 2016, Jaromír DoleÄ~Mek wrote:
>> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> I've got an amd64 system which panics with 'stack overflow detected'
>> on boot, somewhere halfway through probing pci9 bus, when booted with
>> kernel with PCIVERBOSE. Same kernel config without PCIVERBOSE boots
>> fine. dmesg without PCIVERBOSE is attached.
>> 
>> Any idea what might be causing this?
>> 
>> I've had cursory look at pci code, it doesn't seem as if anything
>> would be allocating extra space there. Maybe some interaction with
>> dev_verbose module code? Unfortunately can't get backtrace as this
>> happens before the keyboard is probed and attached.
>> 
>> Jaromir
>> 
>> 
>> !DSPAM:58058f59188191671919093!
>> 
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