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Re: Need some kernels tested
> bsd.alpha bsd.cats bsd.i386 bsd.mp.i386 bsd.sparc64
> bsd.amd64 bsd.hppa bsd.macppc bsd.sparc bsd.vax
> Please test all these kernels if you can, with your regularily running
> machine. Please report any failures in as much details as possible.
> New kernels will be placed there about every 24 hours for the next
> few days. You MUST give your kernel date when you mail in, and if
> there is a new one when you are about to mail, test it instead, and
> discard the results that you saw.
When you test mail your successes to firstname.lastname@example.org as follows:
arch;first line of dmesg;Machine Description;Stuff it's doing;any comments
For example, mail something like this for successes..
i386:OpenBSD 3.5-current (GENERIC) #18: Mon Jun 7 14:36:26 MDT 2004:Asus K7V with 1 1.0ghz athlon. + ahc SCSI;Make build in a loop, mailserver, spamd pf/carp/pfsync; looks ok.
sparc64:OpenBSD 3.5-current (GENERIC) #18: Mon Jun 7 14:53:20 MDT 2004:sunblade 150; Ran 1 Make build and built X
Failures require *details* to be mailed, and can be mailed to the list.
Please make sure it is a failure that happens only with the test kernel,
and not with the current snapshot kernel. If you get a kernel crash
Please ensure you get dmesg, trace and ps from DDB at a minimum.
We would really like to see tests on as wide a spectrum of machines
(particularly for i386) as possible.