trap 12 during boot

Matthew Dillon dillon at
Sun Jun 13 14:39:18 PDT 2004

    It kinda looks like your modules may be out of date relative to your 

					Matthew Dillon 
					<dillon at xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

:gd_idlestack_top(c0c70b08,c03c1840,c84e6d70,0,c03c186c) at 0x8758b53
:driver_module_handler(c84e6d70,0,c03c1858,c03c1888,c0379dd4) at driver_module_handler+0x51
:module_register_init(c03c186c,48bc00,499000,0,c012f79c) at module_register_init+0x63
:mi_startup(48b000,0,0,0,0) at mi_startup+0x90
:begin() at begin+0x43
:>     until you get a good trace (or the machine locks up from the debugger
: >     trapping into itself too many times).
: >     If that doesn't work boot a backup kernel and generate a nm output on
: >     the kernel binary that panics so we can figure out which procedure it
: >     crashed in.
:We have
:c02f0a50 is in db_read_bytes:
:	   c02f0a34 T db_read_bytes
:	   c02f0a6c T db_write_bytes
:the c048* adresses are after the end of kernel.
:Jean-Marc Zucconi -- PGP Key: finger jmz at xxxxxxxxxxx [KeyID: 400B38E9]

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