anyone recognize this panic?

Kris Kennaway kris at
Sun Feb 26 12:29:39 PST 2006

On Sun, Feb 26, 2006 at 11:24:28AM -0800, Kent Stewart wrote:

> > Unfortunately without a traceback the panic string is useless since
> > it gives you no clue about how the system got into that state.  This
> > kind of panic is often a secondary effect of some other problem.
> >
> I can cause this to happen almost at will with a Netgear GA311. It only 
> happens at boot. It will reboot after the panic just fine and, for me, 
> it only happens repeatedly after I do a restart boot from XP. It has 
> never happened if I shut the system down first. I have moved many GBs 
> of distfiles and packages with out causing a panic.
> I haven't found a way to cause a dmp when it panics. At least, what I 
> have read doesn't work. So, how can I get a dmp, which I can provide a 
> traceback? 

What happens when you 'call doadump' from DDB?

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