Rudi Ludwig | 19 Apr 20:47 2006
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3.99.18 panics on boot

Hello everyone:

To give the latest NetBSD on my otherwise idle hp712 a try, I downloaded
     netinstall.lif 3.99.18 as of 2006-04-18

right after stateing the memory the kernel panics
real mem...
avail mem = 108 MB
panic: trap: uvm_fault(0xe49218, 0, 1): 14
stopped in pid 0.1 (swapper) at 0x7e8dd4: ldo R´40(%r3),%r30
db>

Any useful information I could retrieve from the debugger?
Since this is from the keyboard I will have to re-type, so please
be specific which data could help. (above is also retyped)

I have still installed 3.99.8 which boots over the network as well as
from disc.

Rudi

David H. Gutteridge | 20 Apr 17:47 2006
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Re. 3.99.18 panics on boot

>Hello everyone:
>
>To give the latest NetBSD on my otherwise idle hp712 a try, I >downloaded
>     netinstall.lif 3.99.18 as of 2006-04-18

>right after stateing the memory the kernel panics
>real mem...
>avail mem = 108 MB
>panic: trap: uvm_fault(0xe49218, 0, 1): 14
>stopped in pid 0.1 (swapper) at 0x7e8dd4: ldo R´40(%r3),%r30
>db>

>Any useful information I could retrieve from the debugger?
>Since this is from the keyboard I will have to re-type, so please
>be specific which data could help. (above is also retyped)

>I have still installed 3.99.8 which boots over the network as well
>as from disc.

I reported this same general problem a month ago, on a B180L:
http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-hp700/2006/03/19/0000.html

Your error output is a bit different from mine, I haven't tried
loading a recent LIF.

Dave

Rudi Ludwig | 22 Apr 16:30 2006
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Re: kern/31540: iee0: iee_intr: receive ring buffer overrun

Some update:
I got 128MB for my hp712 recently. As a side effect the hang-up
in the Network as described in this PR does not happen any longer.

The machine has now enough physical
RAM to not use any of the swap e.g. while compiling a package
in a nfs-mounted export which includes some network-traffic doing
so.

Thus it seams that the bug described is somehow related to using swap.

Rudi

Jean-Yves Beaujean | 25 Apr 13:12 2006
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hp9000 to donate


Hi,

My name is Jean-Yves and I work in Belgium as developer.
My company ( CORMAN - http://www.corman.be ) has 2 old HP9000 to donate
and 1 IBM AS400 620.

Is it interesting for the NetBSD project ?

HARDWARE INFORMATIONS
======================

1.
Modèle : D350     9000/821   n° 3730G16261
Product : A3595A    sn:501994
System Hardware

   Model:              9000/821/D350
   Main Memory:        512 MB
   Processors:         1
   OS mode:            32 bit
   HW capability:      32 bit
   LAN hardware ID:    0x08000955AAB6
   Software ID:        2007055957
   Keyboard Language:  Not_Applicable

   Storage devices                  HW Path      Interface
   SEAGATE ST318436LC 17366 Mb      8/0.3.0      GSC add-on Fast/Wide
SCSI Interface
   IBM CDRM00203                    8/16/5.2.0   Built-in SCSI
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Gmane