bfe crash with profile.sh
dmlb at dmlb.org
Sun Sep 5 12:33:24 PDT 2004
Daniel O'Connor wrote:
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> On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 12:43, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>>On Tue, 31 Aug 2004 03:58, Doug White wrote:
>>>>I am trying this ->
>>>>but enabling it makes my bfe panic on boot :(
>>>>I have some more info in kern/71131
>>>Can you put the crashdump and the corresponding kernel.debug somewhere we
>>>can get at it? ifconfig must be handing bogus data to bfe or enables
>>>some wierd option that the driver doesn't digest right.
>>The kernel+if_bfe.ko and vmcore is about 10Mb..
> Actually I'll upload it to our ISP's web server.. faster that way :)
> Try here http://www.users.on.net/~genesissoftware/
> MD5 (kernel.3.tbz2) = fb2f7c992a3488a0bd484433579714a0
> MD5 (vmcore.3.bz2) = 0f8dcf830d9a22e52c10c295a9953eb0
> - -rw-r--r-- 1 doconnor wheel 1164996 Aug 31 12:41 kernel.3.tbz2
> - -rw-r--r-- 1 doconnor wheel 7431232 Aug 31 12:38 vmcore.3.bz2
I can't find this at the address above.
Can you also send me the output of dmesg -a, and also the typescript
from successfully using profile.sh to change the profile of the machine
without rebooting under a script(1) session? The profile.sh tools does
some odd hackery and the bug may not be in the bfe driver.
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