i386/63305: reading udf filesystem on dvd+rw leads to crash/reboot
christoph.bodner at chello.at
Tue Feb 24 04:50:12 PST 2004
>Synopsis: reading udf filesystem on dvd+rw leads to crash/reboot
>Arrival-Date: Tue Feb 24 04:50:11 PST 2004
>Originator: Christoph Bodner
FreeBSD tweety.bodner 5.2-RELEASE FreeBSD 5.2-RELEASE #1: Mon Feb 23 08:11:32 CET 2004 root at tweety.bodner:/usr/src/sys/i386/compile/MYKERNEL i386
After mounting (mount_udf) a DVD+RW which has been previously written to from Windows 2000 (B's Clip/B.H.A - UDF package writter, Version 5.38) crashed GNOME/Nautilus and thereafter the system rebooted spontaneously beginning with counting up the memory.
Spontaneously rebooting also happened under Windows 2000 before installing a so-called "hardware accelerator" driver from Intel. Maybe my DVD-drive from LG doesn't like the specific Intel-ATAPI-controller on the mainboard.
See 'full description' and try the same under similar conditions.
I know that UDF support is in alpha state. Don't use UDF package writing for DVD+RWs at all, especially not with Windows 2000.
Under FreeBSD, mkisofs and burncd (using -F option) works with DVD+RWs.
Nevertheless, I would like to help the FreeBSD-communtiy to fix this crash/reboot behaviour. But how can I collect the necessary debug infos?
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