a new way to hang 7.0

Mikhail Teterin mi at bonkers.video-collage.com
Tue Jan 1 13:16:32 PST 2008

> >>> Is this really a new way, or is it well known already? Thanks! -L
> >>has been hanging systems ever since it existed. Don't use it.
> > 
> > Why does `dump' implore me to use it, then?
> Because the previous poster is being uncharitable with the facts :) 

I'd say both previous posters reported problems -- their tone was
different, but both reported their glass being, uhm, less then full :)

> There are a history of problems with -L (more generally, UFS
> snapshots), but these are believed to have been fixed over the past 2
> years. Since you are claiming to have found a new one, please follow
> up with the usual kernel debugging so someone can try and study it.

I'll try, but I am not, unfortunately, well setup for kernel debugging.
Most of the time I only have one system, and can't afford to hang it even
for a short while.

> > I wonder, if this is also a problem on DragonFlyBSD...
> Since Dragonfly is FreeBSD 4 + some stuff it is unlikely that it even
> supports UFS snapshots.

Yes, you are right. I confused the -L with the -C option...



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