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Re: kernel panic at boot on any 6.x OS *SOLVED!*



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Thanks for everybody that has helped me!

It turns out I had a couple of rc.d scripts in /usr/local/etc/rc.d that were doing kldloads: rtc.sh and kqemu.sh - one of these was causing the panic. It might be worthwhile adding to the world rebuild doc a suggestion to grep kldload /usr/local/etc/rc.d and disable/ remove these services... Or, simply moving /usr/local/etc/rc.d might also be worthwhile test.

I guess the trick here was not considering that user space apps would be trying to do a kldload, and that calling upon a module that is either missing in /boot/kernel or /boot/modules or resides outside of /boot can trigger these panics.

Always the most simple of solutions that kicks you in the ass, isn't it? =)


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