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Re: More kernel testing on lots of machines urgenetly needed!
On an amd64 machine, I are asking you to test all 3 kernels.
In case someone hasn't noticed yet, this is not just i386 testing time.
There are kernels on the SMP branch provided for all the
architectures, and they all need testing. macppc to vax to anything.
It's a great big gob of code that we are intending to put in, and it
needs testing on every architecture...
> Does it make sense to test bsd.i386/bsd.mp.i386 on AMD64 or will bsd.amd64
> On Wednesday 09 June 2004 21:16, Bob Beck wrote:
> > Thanks to everyone who has so far tested and sent us reports
> > Two major problems have been found and now fixed:
> > The first was an incorrect initialization in the kernel causing
> > GENERIC.MP not to work on uniprocessor machines.
> > The second was a locore.s problem that could cause a kernel
> > panic under load with GENERIC, or GENERIC.MP, (thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org
> > for the report).
> > Kernels are now appearing on
> > ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/smp/
> > which fix both these, which are the known problems we
> > have so far seen. (these have a build date of around 12:40 MDT today).
> > Please continue testing on as many machines as possible,
> > and sending reports to email@example.com in in the format as previously
> > posted: i.e. stuff like:
> > i386;OpenBSD 3.5-current (GENERIC) #31: Tue Jun 8 19:19:38 MDT 2004;Intel
> > D865 PERL with P4 2.60GHz, 1G RAM, single SATA disk;make build while
> > running as X11 workstation and a little mail and web;No problems
> > Be sure to do stuff beyond just booting it, Run stuff you would
> > normally and not so normally run and tell us please.
> > Failures can be mailed to the list, include ALL DETAILS you can,
> > expecially ps and trace from DDB. (if you're testing it's helpful to
> > have a serial console).
> > Thanks, and keep them coming. We need reports from as wide a variety
> > of machines as possible if we are to add SMP support - If you want this
> > for 3.6 Now is the time to drag everything out of the closet and try it.
> > Thanks,
> > -Bob
> > !DSPAM:40c762d6158261366015369!