kernel: nfs server automount -nsl : not responding, which meant I had to reboot the machine the hard way. Perhaps it hadn't crashed technically, because it was still running happily doing useful things like displaying the time… but nothing requiring disk access or so. What's the point of 'not crashing' if you still allow for bugs like this? At least in a crash the computer honestly admits defeat. This just wastes more of my time by letting me hope I could still save my work or not need a reboot.
kernel: (default pager): [KERNEL]: no space in available paging segments; swapon suggestedfollowed by
automount: stopSearchesInProgress: error -4195 canceling ongoing services search in /Network/WORKGROUP, which seems to be a consequence of OSX's crappy memory managment: Why do I need more swapfiles when running 15 apps – 'small' ones – having 640MB of physical RAM and already 1GB of swapfiles around? And why does the system insist on having the next swap file at a 1GB size even if there are only 700MB of disk space left?
Received data seems to be invalid. The wanted file does probably not exist or the guys at last.fm changed something.