Page fault while in kernel mode

Doug White dwhite at
Tue Jan 27 10:44:55 PST 2004

On Mon, 26 Jan 2004, Scott DF wrote:

> Doug White wrote:
> > The obvious thing that comes to mind here is a mismatched kernel module.
> > Try inhibiting as many modules from loading as possible (boot single user
> > if you have to), booting, then moving /boot/kernel out of the way (its a
> > directory), then rebuild & reinstall the kernel again. Also move /modules
> > out of the way since those aren't usable anymore.
> >
> I did that.  After much time on
> 	make installkernel KERNCONF=GENERIC
> This error msg came up.
> install -o root -g wheel -m 555   if_oltr.ko /boot/kernel
> pid 61038 (install), uid 0 inumber 25591 on /mnt: filesystem full

Do you have /boot symlinked to /mnt for some reason?  /mnt isn't a
filesystem, but it filled up.

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