System panic under load (additional information)
kostikbel at gmail.com
Thu Oct 26 18:05:03 UTC 2006
On Thu, Oct 26, 2006 at 09:22:43AM -0700, Micah wrote:
> Kostik Belousov wrote:
> >I saw several similar reports.
> >Please, submit me the output of the "print *mp" in the same frame.
> >Also, I'm interested in kernel config.
> >Is the problem reproducible ?
> It seems now that any time I compile openoffice the system will
> eventually panic. Other disk intensive jobs, like my nightly photo-album
> update, may or may not trigger it. I currently have two dumps for
> 6.1p10. I thought this might be failing hardware because the system has
> worked fine for nearly a year, but the fact that it panics on the same
> line of code every time makes me wonder.
I'm very suspicious to the claim of failing hw since trace is the same all
times (is this true) ? This looks like memory corruption.
First, I would recommend to update to RELENG_6 due to a number of VFS fixes.
Second, could you set kern.maxvnodes in the /boot/loader.conf ? Check the
value choosen by kernel by "sysctl kern.maxvnodes", and then set it
to the 2/3 of the reported number and reboot.
If I not gather any useful info from that action, I most likely provide you
with debugging patch.
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