good point, but it still seems to find the skas patch and continue on its
way. Not sure why that is working.
The place where you made your stand never mattered.
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On Tue, 4 Jan 2005, roland wrote:
> Hi !
>> The only way I have found to replicate the hang
>> is if /proc is not mounted on the host system.
> Doesn`t this mean, your UML is beig forced to run in TT mode this way ?
> IIRC, UML checks for /proc/mm on startup - if it finds it, it runs in SKAS-Mode - if not, it runs in TT mode.
> Probably I`m wrong here....just a quick comment.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jason Clark" <jason@...>
> To: <user-mode-linux-user@...>
> Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 9:22 AM
> Subject: [uml-user] 2.6.9-bb4 hangs
>> I have been trying to replicate the 2.6.9-bb4 shutdown hangs that some
>> users have been experiencing. At the same time, I am building a new
>> server at home that has a VERY minimal host os (think just enough to run
>> iptables and uml-tools). The only way I have found to replicate the hang
>> is if /proc is not mounted on the host system. This seems pretty
>> expected to me as /proc is pretty darn important and a lot of things just
>> wont work without it. But those of you that are still having shutdown
>> problems on a 2.6.9-bb4 system, could you please verify that you have
>> /proc mounted and are running as a user that has access to at least read
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