[OpenAFS] Solaris 10 11/06 afs 1.4.2 pam module panic.

Marcus Watts mdw@umich.edu
Mon, 18 Dec 2006 18:18:06 -0500

What happens when you klog?  Or aklog?  Does it crash then?
Does it crash immediately upon doing klog/aklog, or upon
the first file reference after that?

Does it die if you use a cache manager from openafs 1.4.1 ?  1.2.13 ?

trap type 34 = "memory address not aligned".  Your callback looks
like it dies somewhere while trying to send a udp datagram,
which doesn't totally make sense.
It's possible that some part of openafs has somehow managed
to construct a udp datagram that contains words that are not aligned
on word boundaries.  The only way that could be associated with
klog/aklog would be if some part of rxkad managed to do this.
It's possible I'm reading this wrong and something quite different
actually happened.  My expectation is that things that could
go wrong with klog/rxkad would happen a bit quicker.

Note: I don't have any solaris 10 machines -- so other than
asking questions/suggesting ways it might die I may not be able
to help you.

					-Marcus Watts