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[pbsd-mg2] Re: binary release infomation
| In message <199907090523.OAA19143@ninja.hpc.bs1.fc.nec.co.jp> Koji
| Suzuki writes:
| : telnetd が core dump
| : -> 原因不明。rlogin なら OK。
| telnet なら OK か？
| Is telnet ok?
Telnet is not ok.
( I try and recongnize now. )
I think something wrong at libtelnet. but cross gdb not recongnize core
| Does NetBSD/hpcmips work on the Vadem CLIO?
| I have a Vadem CLIO at work whose telnet under WinCE is too slow to
| keep up with 1 line (60-70 characters) per second of output for a
| program running on the other end. I was thinking of running
| NetBSD/hpcmips on it to see if it was fast enough to keep up. Has
| anybody tried hpcmips on the CLIO? If so, does it work? I'd have to
| run it off of a RAM disk, since the one PC CARD slot would have to be
| used for the ethernet card. From my physical inspection of the CLIO,
| it would appear to have only one PC CARD and no CF card slots at all.
| Hopefully, I missed something in my inspection...
I am running NetBSD diskless environment.
TCP/IP speed is not slow.
ftp> get kernel aaa
local: aaa remote: kernel
227 Entering Passive Mode (133,203,2,242,156,141)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for 'kernel' (1317499 bytes).
226 Transfer complete.
1317499 bytes received in 00:06 (192.50 KB/s)
the NetBSD/hpcmips kernel panic often at the time using network.
In the case mbuf or other kernel buffers is broken.
I think cache or ??? problem at using network interface.
If checksum errors are occured , it may be cased by same reason.
Try to restore mips/mips/trap.c change.
# netstat -in
Name Mtu Network Address Ipkts Ierrs Opkts Oerrs Coll
ne0 1500 <Link> 00:00:f4:5b:1b:c6 15921 0 2986 0 11
ne0 1500 133.203.2/24 220.127.116.11 15921 0 2986 0 11
lo0* 32976 <Link> 24 0 24 0 0
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