Message from discussion was catman now possible kernel bug???
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From: Chris Ridd <chrisr...@mac.com>
Subject: Re: was catman now possible kernel bug???
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 20:48:20 +0000
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On 2012-02-01 19:27:35 +0000, Nomen Nescio said:
> Had a spontaneous panic just now after the box had been up for a day or
> so, nothing special running (didn't do catman again). I had prstat windows
> open on another box via ssh and saw nothing out of the ordinary. Load was
> about 5% CPU and 8% memory.
> The backtrace is virtually identical to the one when catman failed. Does
> this smell like a kernel bug? Can non-customers check against some bug
> tracking system? This box is running Update 8 (last Sun release) and doesn't
> seem to be able to install anything newer. Thanks guys.
No, it smells like a hardware (most likely memory) problem. Boot
memtest and run it overnight, and longer if possible.