get_writable_cached_block: invalid block number 132376871987246 (max 6902263)
|Reported by:||stippi||Owned by:||axeld|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
This bug may be a duplicate of #1120, but the stack trace is slightly different. Here it goes:
stack trace for thread 7 "low memory handler" [snipped panic stuff] <kernel>:get_writable_cached_block <kernel>:block_cache_get_writable_etc <bfs>:_FreeStaticStreamArray <bfs>:_ShrinkStream <bfs>:TrimPreallocation <bfs>:bfs_put_vnode <kernel>:free_vnode <kernel>:dec_vnode_ref_count <kernel>:vnode_low_memory_handler <kernel>:call_handlers <kernel>:low_memory <kernel>:_create_kernel_thread_kentry
What I did:
I am copying my ZETA setup onto my Notebook which has Haiku installed. I initialized a partition for ZETA with Haiku's DriveSetup. I ftp'd the beos.zip system archive. I had unzipped that, rm -rf'd it again, because I had forgotten to create the BEOS:APP_SIG index first, unzipped it again. Then I ftp'd my zipped up home folder from ZETA and when unzipping that, I got the KDL. I used sync just before starting to unzip. The zip is not very large, about 500 Megs. The machine has 2 Gigs of RAM.