[OpenAFS] Re: FreeBSD port crashes
Sat, 29 Nov 2008 17:09:40 -0500
The freebsd LKM has been run in VMWare workstation 6, and a few other
environments that I know of, also, ported to FreeBSD 7.x AMD64, without
showing this result (but other issues in that port are known).
I'd be happy to look at the environment where this reproduces.
Karsten Thygesen wrote:
> I just wish to add some more details.. I have now tried to build 1.4.8
> from source and it gave me the exact same result :-( Well - as I said,
> I'm eager, so I tried the lastest 1.5 and it builded without problems,
> but as soon as I try to load afsd (the kernel module loads fine), it
> scans the empty cache diretory and the crashes, bringing the OS to a
> Please advise how I can debug this further and how I can help
> providing more information - if anyone wish to experiemt, I might even
> be able to supply access to a server.
> I should add, that the FreeBSD-7.0 server is running inside VMWare
> VI3, but I do not believe, that this have any impact.
> Here is the dmesg from the latest crash:
> Starting AFS cache scan...found 0 non-empty cache files (0%).
> panic: mount: lost mount
> cpuid = 0
> Uptime: 49m56s
> Physical memory: 499 MB
> Dumping 98 MB: 83 67 51 35 19 3
> Dump complete
> Automatic reboot in 15 seconds - press a key on the console to abort
> Best regards,
> On 2008-11-27 12:25:45 +0100, Karsten Thygesen <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
>> It was with extreme great pleasure, that I read that you know
>> support FreeBSD-7 in OpenAFS - I have awaited the port for years...
>> So - now I'm eager to deploy openafs in our mixed environment, where
>> FreeBSD is quite a big part.
>> I have setup Heimdal kerberos and I have installed the binary
>> openafs 1.4.8 port to FreeBSD-7.
>> The sever part from this package seems to work nicely, but when I
>> try to launch afsd, it startes to scan the cachedir and finds 0
>> non-empty files and then I get an error saying "/afs: Lost mount"
>> and the system panics.
>> Do anyone have any experince with this combo? Should I go for the
>> source release instead and compile by hand?
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