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Re: cvs commit: src/sys/kern src/sys/vfs/nfs

From: walt <wa1ter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 04 Oct 2004 19:17:09 -0700

Matthew Dillon wrote:
:>   VFS messaging/interfacing work stage 7c/99: More firming up of stage 7.
:>   Fix a bug in the resolver that could deadlock a namecache and vnode lock...
:I'm still seeing the 'blocked on lib' when attempting to run mozilla
:from an nfs-mounted linux machine (described in the 'cache-lock' thread
:in 'bugs').  Is it important?

Yah. Can you get a kernel core out of it?

Abject apologies for being such a dunce, but I need help. This is what I've done so far:

Compiled/rebooted a new kernel with "INVARIANTS" + "INVARIANT_SUPPORT"+
"makeoptions DEBUG=-g" + "DDB".

nfs-mounted(ro) the root directory of the linux box on /mnt.

cd /mnt/usr/local/lib/mozilla-1.8a5/
ldd ./mozilla-bin (this also produces a missing-lib error on FBSD)

Now I have the 'blocked on lib' error and an uninterruptible wait
on the 'mozilla-bin' process.  So far, so good.

Now I hit 'ctl-alt-esc' and all I get is a skull-and-crossbones icon!

Okay, I switch to a pseudo-terminal and login as root and try the
'ctl-alt-esc' again -- absolutely nothing happens.  Nothing!  :o(

I was expecting to start ddb so I could get a coredump.  Can you
tell me where I went wrong (in baby steps, of course)?

What directories are NFS mounted?

The linux box is one-giant-partition-for-everything, and I mount its root partition on /mnt.

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