steve at drifthost.com
Tue Dec 28 14:24:38 PST 2004
Please note I posted 2 kernel panics, one with bge and one with ducpumon.
I will put them into my kernel and see if it reboots, ill also try get it to
dump the panic so I can have a look at it at least.
Its hard for me to test it as its only crashing every 30+ days or so, so you
might not hear from me for a while.
Thanks for your help.
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From: sp0ng3b0b [mailto:sp0ng3b0b at sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Wednesday, 29 December 2004 4:52 AM
To: drift at FreeBSD.ORG
Cc: freebsd-questions at FreeBSD.ORG
Subject: Re: Kernel Panic
Steven Adams wrote:
> I started with FreeBSD 5.2.1, every few weeks I was getting kernel panics.
> I then tired to update to 5.3 with the same thing, see the screen shots.
> Does anyone know what theses means. I am curious to why its not rebooting
> after a kernel panic, I was under the impression that's what's suppose to
1. You must compile some options into your kernel that will make it
reboot if it panics.
2. Look at the "current process" in your panic message. It reads bge0.
That is you NIC, right? Something in FreeBSD 5.3 changed and I get
similar panics but with nge0 (my NIC) as the current process. I did not
get these in 5.2.1 or any other version. It looks like the problem is
either some global change made to NIC drivers or the kernel itself. I've
never had kernel panics on my hardware.
I too posted to the list, but I have not recieved a response. I don't
think I got it to the right people. I also opened a problem report on
the freebsd website, but no one has touched it.
For now, I have to go back to 4.10.
Hope that helps.
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