lwkt & a fatal trap

Adam K Kirchhoff adamk at voicenet.com
Sat Feb 14 18:13:52 PST 2004

"make buildkernel" rebuilds all modules, right?  Next time I'm in
DragonFly (sometime tomorrow, most likely), I'll check the time stamps and
build tree to make sure that it was rebuilt.  I'll also unmount all ext2fs
directories and try unloading the ext2fs module before rebooting.

Is there somewhere on-line that I can read up on how toget a kernel.debug?
I don't mind doing testing, but don't have experience with anything beyond
a backtrack from the kernel debugger :-)

On Sat, 14 Feb 2004, Matthew Dillon wrote:

> :You just seem to have relocated the fatal trap from the bootup process
> :to the reboot process :-)
> :
> :http://memory.visualtech.com/dbsd-log2.txt
>     I would need a kernel.debug and core for that one, if possible.  Or
>     at least a kernel.debug so I can look at the code at those instruction
>     offsets.  I don't see anything right off the bat.  If your ext2fs
>     is a module, make sure you've recompiled modules.
> 					-Matt
> 					Matthew Dillon
> 					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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