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Re: newbie questions



On 05 Nov 2002 12:38:41 +0100, Artur Grabowski writes:
>> Robert Waldner wrote:
>>> Please bear with me, I'm absolutely new to OpenBSD. If you just tell me
>>>  to RTFM, that's fine, although I'd appreciate a pointer to the relevant
>>>  manual/section ;)
 
>>> Just finished installing OpenBSD 3.1 on my SS1+ (sun4c), so I created a
>>>  user-account (with adduser), and tried to ssh into the box. Right
>>>  after the initial SYN-packet was received on port 22, the OpenBSD-box
>>>  crashed (is that the right term?). From the serial console, where I
>>>  still had a root-shell:

>>> panic: pool_get(mclpl): free list modified: magic=73797363; page 0xfaa8c000
<...>

First of all: could this be related to "Subject: Re: sparcstation ipx
 + 3.2 + pool_get() panic" earlier on this list? How would I apply a 
 kernel-patch with OpenBSD (I'm a Debian zealot, mainly)?

>> Try 3.2...

Which has finished installing now, and ran just fine. For a few minutes, 
 that is :/

I just added one user, and then started to scp ports.tar.gz to the box, 
 when...:

data fault: pc=0xf81eafb8 addr=0x8c5dcc68 ser=80<INVAL>
panic: kernel fault
Stopped at      Debugger+0x4:   jmpl            [%o7 + 0x8], %g0
RUN AT LEAST 'trace' AND 'ps' AND INCLUDE OUTPUT WHEN REPORTING THIS PANIC!
DO NOT EVEN BOTHER REPORTING THIS WITHOUT INCLUDING THAT INFORMATION!
ddb> ps
   PID   PPID   PGRP    UID  S       FLAGS  WAIT       COMMAND
  5045   5987   5987   1000  3      0x4084  piperd     scp
  5987   5605   5987   1000  3      0x4084  pause      sh
  5605   5299   5299   1000  2       0x104             sshd
  5299  10663   5299      0  3       0x184  netio      sshd
 14984  32569  14984      0  3      0x4086  ttyin      csh
 32569  21279  32569   1000  3      0x4086  pause      sh
 21279  12094  12094   1000  3       0x184  select     sshd
 12094  10663  12094      0  3       0x184  netio      sshd
 10852      1  10852      0  3      0x4086  ttyin      csh
 23386      1  23386      0  3        0x84  select     cron
*24659      1  24659      0  2     0x40584             sendmail
 10663      1  10663      0  3        0x84  select     sshd
 15549      1  15549      0  3       0x184  select     inetd
 13934      1  13934      0  2        0x84             syslogd
     7      0      0      0  3    0x100204  crypto_wa  crypto
     6      0      0      0  3    0x100204  aiodoned   aiodoned
     5      0      0      0  3    0x100204  syncer     update
     4      0      0      0  3    0x100204  cleaner    cleaner
     3      0      0      0  3    0x100204  reaper     reaper
     2      0      0      0  3    0x100204  pgdaemon   pagedaemon
     1      0      1      0  3      0x4084  wait       init
     0     -1      0      0  3     0x80204  scheduler  swapper
ddb> trace
mem_access_fault(0x9, 0x80, 0x8c5dcc68, 0xf81eafb8, 0x800fc6, 0xfaca6b80)
 at mem_access_fault+0x284
kernel_text(0x87f6a68c, 0xf00, 0x32, 0xf8002000, 0x6, 0x8c5dcc68) at
 kernel_text+0x459c
updatepri(0xf8442700, 0x0, 0x3dc834f9, 0x35c8a, 0x12a, 0xfacb4fb0) at
 updatepri+0x8c
cpu_switch(0x0, 0x1, 0xf800aa54, 0xf8442700, 0x6, 0xf8277ef0) at
 cpu_switch+0x1fc
mi_switch(0xae, 0x3, 0xfaca5220, 0xf827fc00, 0xffffffff, 0x2710) at
 mi_switch+0x1bc
ltsleep(0x0, 0x118, 0xf8216fe8, 0x1f5, 0x0, 0xfaca2148) at ltsleep+0x1e4
sys_select(0x0, 0xfaca6f28, 0xfaca6f20, 0x1f5, 0x86c0e, 0x7ff) at
 sys_select+0x2f0
syscall(0x5d, 0xfaca6fb0, 0x0, 0x4d, 0x0, 0xfaca6fb0) at syscall+0x220
slowtrap(0x8, 0xf7ffd328, 0x0, 0x0, 0xf7ffd320, 0x19b000) at slowtrap+0x1d8

>Actually it looks like the problems are still there. I just got a
>method to reproduce this panic in -current. Now I'm just waiting for
>the replacement IDPROM for my sun4c and I'll debug this. Let's hope
>that this is easier to reproduce and fix than the alpha problems I've
>been fighting with.

Well, since this box clearly isn't yet ready for production use I could 
 just make it a/v over the 'net and console for you, if you want.

cheers,
&r<please don't CC me on replies, yadda, yadda>w
-- 
-- Also, wenn ich vom DNS auf Clue schliessen darf:
-- waldner_(_at_)_ka:~$ host 193.80.31.4
-- 193.80.31.4 does not exist (Authoritative answer)