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Re: More umass problems.

From: Matthew Dillon <dillon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 15:47:40 -0800 (PST)

    Hmm.  It couldn't be crashing at exactly the same place... what does
    the 'trace' reveal?  just copy the routine names down and I only need
    the first two arguments for each procedure in the backtrace.

    It would also be helpful if you manually copies down the xpt lines
    from the printfs I added from the console output, and partially copy
    the lines surrounding those so I have some ordering context, and provide
    the complete output for the serial console output that did work.

    In anycase, this does seem to point to malloc(... M_NOWAIT) problems.


:Slight problem :-)
:When I apply that patch, and boot with a serial console at 9600 baud,
:everything comes up fine and my usb cd drive is detected.  If I boot with
:my monitor as the console, I get the same panic.
:So I thought I'd up the speed for the serial console.  Since passing
:-h during the boot process (or having that in the boot.config file)
:only runs the serial console at 9600, I've used the guide listed below to
:figure out how to bump it up to 115200.
:Unfortunately, that's a no-go.  By default (if I don't pass -h) it stays
:with the monitor.  If I pass -h, it only runs at 9600.
:Any ideas?

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