ia64 stable/10 r286316: hang at Entering /boot/kernel/kernel

Anton Shterenlikht mexas at bris.ac.uk
Wed Sep 2 17:30:27 UTC 2015

The kernel limits I have in /boot/loader.conf
are following this PR:


#kern.dfldsiz=536748032 # default soft limit for process data
#kern.dflssiz=536748032 # default soft limit for stack
# hard limits
#kern.maxdsiz=536748032 # hard limit for process data
#kern.maxssiz=536748032 # hard limit for stack
#kern.maxtsiz=536748032 # hard limit for text size

If I leave these in, then with Marcel's patch
I get to mountroot> prompt, and then panic.

If I remove these, then I can boot.

If I try booting with -s, then I get to a hang at
"Entering /boot/kernel":

/boot/kernel.old/kernel text=0x1110710 data=0xdfce8+0xa54f8 syms=[0x8+0xc29e8+0x8+0xb78f6]
Entering /boot/kernel.old/kernel at 0x9ffc000000010500...
* ROM Version : 04.29
* ROM Date    : 11/30/2007
* BMC Version :  04.04

Is it worth investigating what limit value will boot?


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