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4.9-RC panic on 24 hours



On Sun, Oct 26, 2003 at 03:02:36PM -0500, Michael W. Oliver wrote:
> Hi again stable folk.
> 
> CVSUP performed at: 2003.10.23.at.22.21.18 (EDT)
> 
> Now, I want to save some folks some time here and dispell some of the usual
> reasons that are tossed my way when I bring up these 24 hour panics:
> 
> 1) It is not happening at 3:00 AM, and I can run periodic anytime of the day
> without incident.
> 
> 2) The panics happened in the past, as this time, almost exactly on 24
> hours, regardless of the time of day of the last panic or reboot.
> 
> 3) The panics do not happen to coincide with any specific task in cron,
> network activity, etc.
> 
> I am seriously contemplating moving back to RELENG_4_8 since I have had so
> many problems with STABLE since the PAE import.  This isn't to say that my
> problems are related to PAE, just that that's about the time that this
> craziness started.
> 
> I hope that someone finds this information useful, and I am open to any
> suggestions that anyone would like to present.
> 
> Thank you much!
> 
> ---> backtrace, uname, dmesg
> 
> 	http://michael.gargantuan.com/phoenix_panic.log

#16 0xc01f45b5 in arptimer (ignored_arg=0x0) at /usr/src/sys/netinet/if_ether.c:152
        rt = (struct rtentry *) 0x0
        s = 4194304
        la = (struct llinfo_arp *) 0x620000
        ola = (struct llinfo_arp *) 0x0
#17 0xc01a8259 in softclock () at /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_timeout.c:131
        c_func = (void (*)()) 0xc01f4580 <arptimer>
        c_arg = (void *) 0x0
        c = (struct callout *) 0x0
        bucket = (struct callout_tailq *) 0xcf0e3bd0
        s = 4194304
        curticks = 8640950
        steps = 0

I wonder if this is related to the (security-related) ARP changes from a few weeks ago.

Kris
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