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FreeBSD 6.2 latest Mt.daapd reboots my machine

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  • #2654

    Anonymous

    All,

    After upgrading to 6.3-RELEASE-p4 the startup script reboots my machine.

    if I issue
    /usr/local/etc/rc.d/mt-daapd.sh stop or start or reload

    My entire machine just reboots.

    There is nothing in the log file and this is the only startup script that does this. I did do a make deinstall and make reinstall for the mt-daapd port.

    Still the same old thing.

    Any ideas on how to start to diagnose this issue

    #17746

    fizze
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    Wow, this certainly shouldn’t happen.
    Do you have any core dump files? (Does BSD even produce these?)

    I can only suspect that this is related to a kernel panic, core dump etc yadda yadda. 🙁

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