pcm0 freezes computer with recent -STABLE
kmitch at weenix.guru.org
Mon Sep 29 09:28:29 PDT 2003
In article <local.freebsd.stable_200309240310.12685.patrick at filespanker.com> you wrote:
> On September 22, 2003 06:37 pm, you wrote:
>> In message: <3F6F8857.200 at tenebras.com>
>> Michael Sierchio <kudzu at tenebras.com> writes:
>> : Patrick C wrote:
>> : > I just cvsup'd Sept 21, installed everything today... kernel freezes
>> : > when detecting pcm0 during boot. After removing my soundcard, I'm able
>> : > to boot no problem. Any major changes to pcm0 in -STABLE lately?
>> : This happened intermittently to my Dell Inspiron -- there is a bug
>> : in the pcibus.c device probe, actually. See if the following cures
>> : it. Warner supposedly had a more correct revision, but I don't
>> : think it's been mfc'd.
>> Yes. I'm pretty sure it has been MFC'd. Checking just now shows that
>> it has been MFC'd.
> Nope. cvsup'd today after reading this, built and installed kernel/world
> again... same problem. FWIW, switching BIOS to PnP seems to fix that, but
> then my NIC doesn't work (yes, I realize it can be configured to work)
I noticed the same problem with world/kernels from 9/16 and last night (9/28).
I have a SB Live in my system and the system hangs on boot. The last message
I see is the probe of the snd pcm0 device. I haven't messed with the BIOS
settings at all (I was previously running 4.7-STABLE). To get around it, I
went into the bootloader and unloaded the snd_emu10k and snd_pcm KLDs and
then the machine would boot again.
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