> Dear Sun Managers,
> These errors are extracted from /usr/adm/messages
> Jan 16 17:56:15 mentor3 vmunix: sendsig: bad signal stack pid=14357, sig=10
> Jan 16 17:56:15 mentor3 vmunix: sigsp = 0x7ffff74f, action = 0xef05fba0, upc = 0
I haven't got any answer/solution to this, so far.
> and these are extracted from /etc/dmesg
> Jan 18 11:07
> dump on sd0b fstype spec size 63828K
> le0: AUI Ethernet
> BAD TRAP: cpu=0 type=7 rp=f0549d24 addr=0 mmu_fsr=0 rw=0
> MMU sfsr=0: No Error
> regs at f0549d24:
> psr=41100ac2 pc=f0142894 npc=f0142898
> y: e000 g1: f01db000 g2: 0 g3: 8
> g4: ff1459c0 g5: f054a000 g6: 0 g7: fd00a800
> o0: f05df000 o1: ff120000 o2: 0 o3: fb0626f8
> o4: fb0626fc o5: 7000 sp: f0549d70 ra: 0
> pid 0, `': Memory address alignment
> rp=0xf0549d24, pc=0xf0142894, sp=0xf0549d70, psr=0x41100ac2, context=0x0
> g1-g7: f01db000, 0, 8, ff1459c0, f054a000, 0, fd00a800
> Begin traceback... sp = f0549d70
> Called from f013cc84, fp=f0549dd0, args=6db6db6d 0 1 1 41900fe4 a00
> Called from f013cb28, fp=f0549e30, args=f048b9d8 0 5 7 1 0
> Called from f0047b74, fp=f0549e90, args=41900ae6 f01ed7a0 414000e6 0 fd009b84 3
> Called from f00700f8, fp=f0549ef0, args=f01ed7a0 0 1 a00 0 f048a314
> Called from f004277c, fp=f0549f58, args=0 0 f048a314 ffffb1e0 2 0
> Called from 0, fp=0, args=0 0 0 0 0 0
> End traceback...
> panic on cpu 0: Memory address alignment
> syncing file systems... done
> 01346 low-memory static kernel pages
> 00938 additional static and sysmap kernel pages
> SuperSPARC/SuperCache: PAC ENABLED
> SunOS Release 4.1.3 (GENERIC) #1: Fri Feb 26 09:58:30 PST 1993
> If you see these errors before, please let me know how you fix them.
> Any help or tip is very appreciated,
> Regards, Aline...
I only got one reply from email@example.com that stated it's a hardware
problem. Thanks a lot, Paul.
It looks to me to be a hardware problem.
I'm guessing this is a sparc 10. If the machine has 2 CPU modules,
it is the bottom one that is bad. Pull both out and install the one that
was in the top slot in the bottom slot. Boot the machine. If the problem
persists, it is the system board that is bad.
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One person flamed me because I didn't provide enough info for the machine.
It's an Axil311 running SunOS V4.1.3 with the following patches:
100689-01, 100943-01,100444-43. The patches are only for Mentor Graphics
software that require those patches to install their software.
There is no device attached to the machine. And no change has been made
since I installed the patches about a year ago. Sorry about that.
I called Axil up since our machine is still under warranty.
They say they will send me a new cpu board. I will wait until the board
arrives then will experiment Paul's advice.
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