kldload pf failed on -current
max at love2party.net
Mon Aug 9 15:42:17 PDT 2004
On Tuesday 10 August 2004 00:21, Andrew Milton wrote:
> +-------[ Max Laier ]----------------------
> | On Monday 09 August 2004 18:54, Jiawei Ye wrote:
> | > root at chihiro:/usr/src# kldload -v pf
> | > kldload: can't load pf: No such file or directory
> | > root at chihiro:/usr/src# kldload /boot/kernel/pf.ko
> | > root at chihiro:/usr/src# /etc/rc.d/pf restart
> | > Enabling pf.
> | > pf enabled
> | >
> | > Somehow kldload cannot find pf.ko if no specific path is given. This
> | > is a 2 hours old -current.
> | Sounds like kldxref didn't finish it's job correctly. Try (as root):
> | kldxref /boot/kernel /boot/modules
> | and check the output of:
> | kldxref -dv /boot/kernel
> | for proper pf.ko entries. Please tell me if that did not help or if you
> | see anything suspicious in the xref dump.
> I have this same problem with nfsclient and nfsserver being loaded. kldxref
> doesn't fix the problem (for me). I figured I just updated at a bad time
> since noone else had reported a similar thing occurring (it wasn't a big
> drama for me to load those by hand).
> ACPI also doesn't autoload at boot.
> This was from a -current from August 8th.
Hmm ... I suspect it's this commit:
> jmg 2004-08-06 15:06:06 UTC
> FreeBSD src repository
> Modified files:
> sys/boot/common help.common
> sys/boot/forth loader.conf
> remove /boot/kernel from the default path.. There is already code that
> will prepend the current kernel booting... This prevents a problem of
> loading /boot/kernel's modules when a different kernel has no modules,
> but you left your module_load="YES" in loader.conf...
Can you try to put back the line in question in /boot/loader.conf?
I have no idea whatsoever, but don't find anything else suspicious.
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