[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3057] HAMMER2 + new PFS + reboot

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Thu Sep 21 19:47:08 PDT 2017

Issue #3057 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010.

File IMG_20170922_121343-min.jpg added
File core.txt.2 added

after commit 28efb08b59554982eb3821fe0667704282992817.

I already have non-empty @USR-SRC & @USR-OBJ mounted, so I decided destroy them and run some tests with fresh created PFSes.
umount /usr/src
umount /usr/obj
mount @USR-SRC tmp
cpdup -i0 tmp/ /usr/src
umount tmp
cd aux-hdd
hammer2 pfs-delete USR-OBJ
I assumed the next step was to remove @USR-SRC, but did not have time to type the command completely as the machine started to write a dump. You can see it on photo :)

BTW USR-OBJ wasn't in fact destroyed, it is mounted fine after that.

Bug #3057: HAMMER2 + new PFS + reboot

* Author: yellowrabbit2010
* Status: In Progress
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: dillon
* Category: 
* Target version: 
The situation is like this: I create PFS on mounted HAMMER2 (tryed with mounted LOCAL or ROOT),  copy several files there and turn off the machine by `shutdown -p now'.

Here is crash #4 (four because of previuos 0-3 are the same - I made about ten PFSes:) )

core.txt.4 (164 KB)
core.txt.1 (202 KB)
IMG_20170922_121343-min.jpg (1.39 MB)
core.txt.2 (346 KB)

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