9.1 panics on a daily basis

Joshua Isom jrisom at gmail.com
Mon Apr 8 20:48:54 UTC 2013

What happens when it panics?  Does it drop into a debugger or reboot 
automatically?  If it goes to the debugger, type dump, let it dump, then 
type reboot.  You'll need to add `dumpdev="AUTO"` to your rc.conf and 
have a swap partition to use, a few gigs will suffice.  You don't need 
it to be twice the size of your ram.

On 4/8/2013 7:37 AM, Volodymyr Kostyrko wrote:
> 04.04.2013 11:46, Volodymyr Kostyrko:
>> Hi all.
>> I have one machine with problems. I changed memory, motherboard,
>> interface card with no luck. Yesterday it panics twice.
> ...
>> Have anyone faced something similar? It doesn't dump core for me and I'm
>> trying to fix this.
> One more weird kernel message:
> Apr  8 09:54:04 kohrah kernel: Expensive timeout(9) function:
> 0xffffffff803af9b0(0xfffffe05f4baf000) -1.726848694 s
> And reboot afterwards.

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