Panic on today's -current

Conrad J. Sabatier conrads at
Thu Jun 24 12:23:24 PDT 2004

On 24-Jun-2004 Damian Gerow wrote:
> Thus spake Conrad J. Sabatier (conrads at [24/06/04 10:18]:
>: On 24-Jun-2004 Beecher Rintoul wrote:
>: > Hi,
>: > 
>: > I'm getting a panic on today's -current kernel. I don't have a
>: > serial
>: > cable so 
>: > I couldn't save the message, but it panics after loading lo0.
>: Same here.  Just after, or during, the configuration of lo0.
>: On a normal boot, the next thing to appear just after lo0 is:
>: filter sync'd
>: starting dhclient
>: Perhaps it has something to do with ipf and/or pf?  I have both
>: configured into my kernel.
> See my thread 'ipf 3.4.35 woes' -- I'm using ipf, but not pf, and
> seeing exactly the same thing.  And if I turn off the loading of ipf
> rulesets on boot, the panic goes away.  Reloading them manually
> afterwards doesn't cause the panic.

Just upgraded the system and tried this.  It worked without the loading
of any ipf/ipnat stuff at boot time.  Manually loading the rules after
the system was up was fine, just as you said.

I removed pf from my kernel, btw, since I wasn't using it anyway, but
still have ipf (obviously).

Conrad J. Sabatier <conrads at> -- "In Unix veritas"

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