NetBSD Problem Report #4265

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Date: Sun, 12 Oct 1997 21:17:48 +0200 (MEST)
From: jarle@runit.sintef.no
Reply-To: jarle@runit.sintef.no
To: gnats-bugs@gnats.netbsd.org
Subject: crashme panics NetBSD on an hp433
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>Number:         4265
>Category:       port-hp300
>Synopsis:       crashme freezes NetBSD on an hp433
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       critical
>Priority:       high
>Responsible:    port-hp300-maintainer
>State:          analyzed
>Class:          sw-bug
>Submitter-Id:   net
>Arrival-Date:   Sun Oct 12 12:20:03 +0000 1997
>Closed-Date:    
>Last-Modified:  Mon May 08 15:24:00 +0000 2006
>Originator:     Jarle Greipsland
>Release:        1997-10-11
>Organization:
SINTEF/RUNIT
>Environment:
System: NetBSD dennis.runit.sintef.no 1.2G NetBSD 1.2G (DENNIS) #1: Sun Oct 12 20:19:19 MEST 1997 jarle@dennis.runit.sintef.no:/usr/src/sys/arch/hp300/compile/DENNIS hp300


>Description:

Since we're closing in on the release data for 1.3 I thought it would be
appropriate to run crashme again.  However running crashme version 2.4 on
an hp300 series machine crashes the system.  The entire system freezes up,
I cannot get it to react in almost any way.  I've tried pressing various
keys like Break, C-ESC etc. but nothing happens.  The only way out seems
to be the reset button.

I've attached the config file and dmesg output below.  If you want more
information let me know.

>How-To-Repeat:

./crashme +2000 666 100 1:00:00

>Fix:
Sorry, don't know.
					-jarle

------------------------------ dmesg ------------------------------
ffs
\^O\M-pNetBSD 1.2G (DENNIS) #1: Sun Oct 12 20:19:19 MEST 1997
    jarle@dennis.runit.sintef.no:/usr/src/sys/arch/hp300/compile/DENNIS
HP 9000/433 (33MHz MC68040 CPU+MMU+FPU, 4k on-chip physical I/D caches)
cpu: delay divisor 30, mmuid 4
real mem  = 67096576
avail mem = 56340480
using 1638 buffers containing 6709248 bytes of memory
Parity detection enabled
hilconfig: unknown keyboard type 0x1a, using default
hil1: US ASCII keyboard
mainbus0 (root)
intio0 at mainbus0
frodo0 at intio0 addr 0x81c000
dnkbd at frodo0 offset 0x0 not configured
apci at frodo0 offset 0x20 not configured
apci0 at frodo0 offset 0x40: no fifo
apci1 at frodo0 offset 0x60: no fifo
dio0 at mainbus0: 98620C, 2 channels, 32 bit DMA
dca1 at dio0 scode 7 ipl 3: no fifo
dca0 at dio0 scode 9 ipl 5: working fifo
internal parallel at dio0 scode 12 not configured
oscsi0 at dio0 scode 14 ipl 4: 32 bit dma, async, scsi id 7
sd0 at oscsi0 targ 6 lun 0: <IBM, DCAS-34330, S61A> (SCSI-2)
sd0: 8205 cylinders, 6 heads, 8467200 blocks, 512 bytes/block
le0 at dio0 scode 21 ipl 5: address 08:00:09:13:7d:8d
le0: 8 receive buffers, 2 transmit buffers
le0: attached as an entropy source
hyper0 at dio0 scode 133: 1280 x 1024 monochrome hyperion display
grf0 at hyper0
ite0 at grf0: console
interrupt levels: bio = 4, net = 5, tty = 5
boot device: sd0
root on sd0a dumps on sd0b
root file system type: 
------------------------------ config file ------------------------------
#	$NetBSD: GENERIC,v 1.34 1997/08/23 19:18:24 mjacob Exp $
#
# Generic kernel - one size fits all.
#

# Include attributes common to all hp300s
include "arch/hp300/conf/std.hp300"

# Support for various CPU types
#options 	HP320
#options 	HP330		# includes 318, 319
#options 	HP340
#options 	HP345
#options 	HP350
#options 	HP360
#options 	HP370
#options 	HP375
#options 	HP380
options 	HP400
options 	HP425
options 	HP433

# Need to set locally
maxusers	32

# Standard system options
options 	COMPAT_43	# compatibility with 4.3BSD interfaces
options 	COMPAT_44	# compatibility with 4.4BSD binaries
options 	COMPAT_09	# compatibility with NetBSD 0.9
options 	COMPAT_10	# compatibility with NetBSD 1.0
options 	COMPAT_11	# compatibility with NetBSD 1.1
options 	COMPAT_12	# compatibility with NetBSD 1.2
options 	SYSVSHM		# System V-style shared memory
options 	SYSVSEM		# System V-style semaphores
options 	SYSVMSG		# System V-style message queues
options 	KTRACE		# system call tracing support
options 	NKMEMCLUSTERS=1024	# 4K pages in kernel malloc pool
options 	LKM		# Loadable kernel modules
options 	SCSIVERBOSE	# Verbose SCSI errors

# Filesystems
file-system	FFS		# fast filesystem
file-system	CD9660		# CD-ROM ISO-9660 filesystem
file-system	NFS		# Network filesystem client
file-system	UNION		# Union filesystem (req. for FDESC)
file-system	KERNFS		# kernel data-structure filesystem
file-system	FDESC		# user file descriptor filesystem
file-system	PROCFS		# /proc filesystem
file-system	MFS		# Memory-based filesystem

# Filesystem options
options 	FIFO		# POSIX fifo support (in all filesystems)
options 	QUOTA		# User and group quotas in FFS
options 	NFSSERVER	# Network filesystem server

# Networking options
options 	INET		# Internet protocols
#options 	GATEWAY		# IP forwarding + larger mb_map
#options 	MROUTING	# Multicast routing
options 	TCP_COMPAT_42	# compatibility with 4.2BSD TCP/IP
options 	PFIL_HOOKS	# packet filter hooks

# Options for HP hardware
options 	FPSP		# floating point interface for 68040
options 	USELEDS		# make the lights twinkle
options 	COMPAT_NOLABEL	# defaults for unlabeled disks
options 	PANICBUTTON	# two fast <reset>s on HIL dump kernel
#options 	CONSCODE=9	# force console at this select code
#options 	UK_KEYBOARD	# include United Kingdom HIL keymap
#options 	SE_KEYBOARD	# include Swedish HIL keymap

# This option enables a different copyin/copyout that uses page
# mapping for large copies.
#options 	MAPPEDCOPY	# different copyin/copyout for large copies

#
# HP-UX binary compatibility.
# NOTE: THIS IS STILL VERY EXPERIMENTAL. YOUR MILEAGE MAY VARY.
#
#options 	COMPAT_HPUX	# HP-UX binary compatibility

options 	COMPAT_M68K4K	# compat. with NetBSD/m68k4k binaries

# Debugging options
options 	DIAGNOSTIC	# Extra kernel sanity checks
#options 	DEBUG		# Enable misc. kernel debugging code
options 	DDB		# Kernel Dynamic Debugger
makeoptions	DEBUG="-g"	# netbsd.gdb with full debugging symbols

# Verbose descriptions of unconfigured DIO devices
# (Warning: this compiles in a large string table)
options 	DIOVERBOSE	# recognize "unknown" DIO devices

config		netbsd root on ? type ?

mainbus0	at root		# root "bus"

intio0		at mainbus0	# internal i/o space
dio0		at mainbus0	# DIO/DIO-II bus

# Frodo utility chip found on 4xx's
frodo0		at intio?

# 8250-like serial ports found on Frodo ASIC
#dnkbd0		at frodo? offset 0x0	# Domain keyboard flavor
apci*		at frodo? offset ?	# tty flavor

# Davinci framebuffer
#dvbox*		at intio?
#dvbox*		at dio? scode ?

# Gatorbox framebuffer
#gbox*		at intio?
#gbox*		at dio? scode ?

# Hyperion framebuffer
hyper*		at dio? scode ?

# Renaissance framebuffer
#rbox*		at intio?
#rbox*		at dio? scode ?

# Topcat/catseye framebuffers
topcat*		at intio?
topcat*		at dio? scode ?

# Framebuffer abstraction
#grf*		at dvbox?
#grf*		at gbox?
grf*		at hyper?
#grf*		at rbox?
grf*		at topcat?

# Internal Terminal Emulator
ite*		at grf?

dca0		at dio? scode 9	flags 1	# DCA serial interfaces
dca*		at dio? scode ?

dcm*		at dio? scode ?	flags 0xe # DCM 4- or 8-port serial interfaces

le*		at dio? scode ?		# LANCE ethernet interfaces

#nhpib0		at dio? scode 7		# slow internal HP-IB
#nhpib*		at dio? scode ?

#fhpib*		at dio? scode ?		# `fast' HP-IB

#hpibbus0	at nhpib0
#hpibbus*	at nhpib?
#hpibbus*	at fhpib?

#rd*		at hpibbus? slave ? punit ?	# HP-IB disks
#ct*		at hpibbus? slave ? punit ?	# HP-IB cartridge tapes
#mt*		at hpibbus? slave ? punit ?	# HP-IB 9-track tape
#ppi0		at hpibbus0 slave 5 punit 0	# HP-IB plotter

oscsi*		at dio? scode ?		# Old HP SCSI

sd*		at oscsi? target ? lun ?	# SCSI disks
st*		at oscsi? target ? lun ?	# SCSI tapes
ac*		at oscsi? target ? lun ?	# SCSI changers

pseudo-device	pty		64	# pseudo ptys
#pseudo-device	sl		4	# SLIP network interfaces
pseudo-device	ppp		4	# PPP network interfaces
pseudo-device	bpfilter	16	# Berkeley packet filter
pseudo-device	vnd		4	# vnode pseudo-disks
#pseudo-device	ccd		4	# concatenated disk devices
pseudo-device	loop			# loopback network interface
pseudo-device	ipfilter 		# IP Filter package
----------------------------------------------------------------------
>Release-Note:
>Audit-Trail:
Responsible-Changed-From-To: gnats-admin->port-hp300-maintainer 
Responsible-Changed-By: fair 
Responsible-Changed-When: Mon Dec 28 09:37:06 PST 1998 
Responsible-Changed-Why:  
This PR is the responsibility of the portmaster, 
not the GNATS database administrator. 
State-Changed-From-To: open->feedback 
State-Changed-By: fair 
State-Changed-When: Wed Apr 7 03:02:23 PDT 1999 
State-Changed-Why:  
Since we're now closing in on NetBSD 1.4, it would be a good time to repeat 
the crashme test on the hp300/433 - does it still cause the system to hang? 

From: Jarle Greipsland <jarle@runit.sintef.no>
To: fair@netbsd.org
Cc: port-hp300-maintainer@netbsd.org
Subject: Re: port-hp300/4265
Date: Thu, 08 Apr 1999 01:08:29 +0200

 fair  writes:
 > Synopsis: crashme crashes NetBSD on an hp433
 > State-Changed-From-To: open->feedback
 > State-Changed-By: fair
 > State-Changed-When: Wed Apr 7 03:02:23 PDT 1999
 > State-Changed-Why: 
 > Since we're now closing in on NetBSD 1.4, it would be a good time to repeat
 > the crashme test on the hp300/433 - does it still cause the system to hang?

 Good idea.  I'll try to bring one of my systems up to 1.4_ALPHA (might
 take a day or two) and see what happens.  I'll keep you posted.

 					-jarle
 -- 
 Q: What kind of a dog says: "bofh! bofh!" ?
 A: A rootweiler.	-- oyvindmo@pvv.ntnu.no

From: Jarle Greipsland <jarle@runit.sintef.no>
To: fair@netbsd.org
Cc: port-hp300-maintainer@netbsd.org, he@runit.sintef.no
Subject: Re: port-hp300/4265
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 12:41:03 +0200

 Jarle Greipsland writes:
 >> Synopsis: crashme crashes NetBSD on an hp433
 >> State-Changed-From-To: open->feedback
 >> State-Changed-By: fair
 >> State-Changed-When: Wed Apr 7 03:02:23 PDT 1999
 >> State-Changed-Why: 
 >> Since we're now closing in on NetBSD 1.4, it would be a good time to repeat
 >> the crashme test on the hp300/433 - does it still cause the system to hang?

 > Good idea.  I'll try to bring one of my systems up to 1.4_ALPHA (might
 > take a day or two) and see what happens.  I'll keep you posted.

 Bad news.  It still hangs.  My hp9000/433 now runs 1.4_ALPHA from
 around April 6th, and if I run crashme version 2.4 with the command
 line:
 % ./crashme +2000 666 50 00:30:00 2

 after a few minutes the system locks up totally.  No network activity,
 no disk activity, and it doesn't even respond to keyboard input.  Only
 the reset button works.

 I'm not very familiar with the hp9000/[34]xx boxes at a deep technical
 level.  I only use them for hobbyist purposes.  But still, if you need
 more information, please tell me how to gather it and I'll do my best.

 					-jarle
 -- 
 "We don't understand the software, and sometimes we don't understand the
  hardware, but we can *see* the blinking lights!"
State-Changed-From-To: feedback->open 
State-Changed-By: fair 
State-Changed-When: Thu Apr 15 20:42:01 PDT 1999 
State-Changed-Why:  
We still have this problem. 
State-Changed-From-To: open->analyzed
State-Changed-By: tsutsui@netbsd.org
State-Changed-When: Mon, 08 May 2006 15:24:00 +0000
State-Changed-Why:
The problem is around illegal instruction handling on 68040:
http://mail-index.netbsd.org/port-m68k/2006/03/27/0000.html


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