-CURRENT userland regression

Glen Barber gjb at FreeBSD.org
Wed Feb 20 22:18:56 UTC 2013

On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 02:14:38PM -0800, Xin Li wrote:
> It seems that fresh -HEAD would give an unusable kernel that
> overwrites screen buffer in a way making it impossible to debug.
> Using an old world source to do 'make buildworld buildkernel' results
> in a (mostly: I have some strange USB issue right now and still
> looking for the cause) usable kernel.
> For now my known good combination is world 246858 with kernel 247057.
>  I'm still trying to find out which revision have broke the stuff.

There was a thread earlier today titled: "Revision: 247040: kernel
crashes with funny blinking characters on console on Ivy-Bridge CPUs" if
this helps.

I am not sure if the report was isolated to that specific revision, or
if it was the revision of -CURRENT at the time.


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