HEADSUP: Something has gone south with -current
sgk at troutmask.apl.washington.edu
Fri Dec 7 23:19:44 UTC 2018
Dell 7510 laptop was happily running FreeBSD12-alpha9
from Oct. 10th. I decided to update to top-of-tree
today, which would be FreeBSD13 at r341703.
% cd /usr/obj
% rm -rf usr
% cd ../src
% svn update
% make -j6 buildwould (OK)
% make -j6 buildkernel (OK)
% make installkernel (OK)
% mergemaster -p
% <reboot into single user mode>
% mount -a
% cd /usr/src
% make installworld
Dies with a segfault in make(1) half way through the update.
/sbin has been update.
Rebooted with new kernel. Laptop locks up.
Rebooted with kernel.old/kernel (known good kernel). Laptop locks up.
Rebooted with verbose info. Lockup occurs right after
is printed to console.
Reboot to Dell laptop BIOS and run system diagnostics.
Reboot with old FreeBSD installation cdrom. Mounted the
laptop's root filesystem on /mnt.
% chflags nochgs /mnt/sbin/init
% cp /mnt/sbin/init.bak /mnt/sbin/init
Reboot laptop and finally get back to multi-user mode. Post trauma
make core dumps.
devd core dumps.
init core dumps.
cc core dumps.
c++ core dumps.
Something seems to be broken.
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