While booting the kernel:
aha0, targ 2, lun 0, type 0<direct> fixed SCSI0
aha0, targ 2, lun 0, <unknownunknown????>
fatal trap 18: integer divide fault while in kernel mode.
instrucion pointer 0xf013f134 ( I think)
proc flags interrupt enabled, resume IOPL=0
current process = 0()
interrupt mask net tty bio
panic: integer divide fault
remove Toshiba MK156FB drive from the SCSI bus.
or use a 220.127.116.11 kernel.
Using a 1.1 kernel from the cdrom will also show the bug.
The bug appears to have been fixed at some time, but has now
reboot. Happens every time
Dave Evans (the originator of the PR):
kern/1 has been fixed since mid-December. I've been happily compiling
/usr/src on one of these old, clunky drives.
Testing updating of index file since this PR is still flagged as
open even though it's been closed.
Finally close this properly.
For some reason the index file which is used by queries still had
this flagged as an open PR even though the PR file itself had a state
entry of closed.