FreeBSD 10-STABLE/sparc64 panic
eric at ecks.ca
Tue May 13 03:16:23 UTC 2014
Chris Ross <cross+freebsd at distal.com> wrote:
> On May 12, 2014, at 05:21 , Eric Benoit <eric at ecks.ca> wrote:
> > I hadn't had much luck in that regard. It was fairly consistent in not progressing
> > beyond this same point. That or I'm too impatient.
> I've noticed that it takes a while. I just updated by stable/10, and the same
> issue exists. It took about half an hour for it to reboot and panic before it finally
> came up. Looking at the log, it panic'd 11 times before it came up successfully.
Some timing issue related to network activity?
It should be noted that of course 10-STABLE on amd64 is fine, and also on a V100, which
is of course uniprocessor.
> > Which is what I've recently done, and have narrowed it down to r263478:
> > http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base?view=revision&sortby=date&revision=263478
> > This makes sense given the changes are entirely network related, and when this
> > issue seems to crop up. I gave the changes a quick glance, but didn't see
> > anything obvious.
> Excellent! I'm glad to hear you've found a culprit! We should widen this to
> the freebsd-sparc64 list, then, IMHO, to get some ideas on the problem.
> Does that make sense to you?
Anyway, my email to Kurt bounced. Apparently his mail server is fussier than mine. My
IPv6 forward and reverse match just fine, tyvm. :P
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