|From:||"Simon 'corecode' Schubert" <corecode@xxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Jan 2004 14:02:42 +0100|
:I just rebuilt and installed a new world. The following completed perfectly:
:installkernel + reboot to that kernel in single user
:Upon exiting single user and logging in over ssh (which runs calendar) I
:received the following:
:Message from syslogd@mars at Wed Jan 7 22:38:24 2004 ...
:mars Jan init: fatal signal: Segmentation fault
If you didn't reboot after calling installworld I can tell you what the issue is... it's simple: init crashed because you ripped the binary out from under it and replaced it with a new binary. The old already-running init tried to page something in and BANG!
shouldn't something in the kernel prevent such things to happen? Something like "text file busy" when writing to the file or such...
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