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Re: kernel/3484: openbsd kernel crash



On 20/09/2003, Julien TOUCHE <touche_(_at_)_sigil_(_dot_)_homeunix_(_dot_)_net> wrote To gnats_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org:
> real mem  = 24752128 (24172K)
> avail mem = 17100800 (16700K)

geez,

> wd0: 16-sector PIO, LBA, 4110MB, 14848 cyl, 9 head, 63 sec, 8418816 sectors

[..]

> *    0     -1      0      0  2     0x80204             swapper

go figure..

> >How-To-Repeat:
> 	snapshot with a lot of systraced process
> 	not sure how to repeat ...

It's more like "I can stuff more processes in 16meg then YOU!!"

> >Fix:
> 	unknown for now

It's unsupported to run out of VM .. how much swap is in there?


I mean.. heck, OpenBSD *is* lean, but one really can overdo it..

ciao
PS: Given in, the panic message is misleading/"wrong" here, but OTOH
the kernel mostly cannot swap itself 
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