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ian <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I just built 2.8 on a new supermicro 6010 1u with 512 MB of RAM. I'm
> noticing faulting:
> faulting in a pt page map fd033af8 va dfd01000
> faulting in a pt page map fd1771c0 va dfd01000
> check out this dmesg (the very end of it). i'm using ECC RAM... weird.
Hey! My kernel sometimes says: "drutmule, 4711", sometimes it says: "foo!",
sometimes goes into ddb after 2 seconds after I do "sysctl -w kern.hostid=200".
Why? Because I compiled it to do so.
And you have compiled your kernel to print that stuff for you so don't be
surprised when the kernel does exactly the thing you ask it to do.
How to get rid of it? remove "option DEBUG" from your kernel config.
And don't add options to your kernel config if you don't understand what