cvs commit: src/sys/sys mbuf.h objcache.h src/sys/kern kern_objcache.c uipc_mbuf.c

walt wa1ter at
Thu Jun 9 05:25:30 PDT 2005

George Georgalis wrote:
On Wed, Jun 08, 2005 at 05:53:27PM -0700, walt wrote:
Matthew Dillon wrote:
dillon      2005/06/08 15:22:59 PDT

DragonFly src repository

 Modified files:
   sys/sys              mbuf.h objcache.h 
   sys/kern             kern_objcache.c uipc_mbuf.c 
 Rollup mbuf/objcache fixes.

No more panics, thanks!

Just curious, how did you get that on your disk?
anything fancy or just, cdrom install, cvsup, make world?
I'm not sure I understand your question, but if you mean how
do I get anything done on a machine that panics on boot --
I just re-booted with the good kernel from the day before.
I this case I knew for certain that userland was still
compatible with the old kernel because userland had not
changed (i.e. cvsup showed only kernel commits).  That's
one advantage to rebuilding the system every day :o)
If the old kernel had been too out of date to work, then
I would have done what you suggested.

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