6.0/amd64 boot hang if apic enabled on IBM x336
Maxim M. Kazachek
stranger at sberbank.sibnet.ru
Wed Dec 21 01:59:19 PST 2005
Oops, I've just remember that I've also set hint.atkbd.0.flags="0" and
I've no problems with keyboard.
Sincerely, Maxim M. Kazachek
mailto:stranger at sberbank.sibnet.ru
On Mon, 19 Dec 2005, Rong-En Fan wrote:
> Hi all,
> We have a IBM xSeries 336 which has 2 Pentium 4 (EM64T) 3.2G with 2GB memory.
> When we boot it with 6.0-RELEASE/amd64, it hangs after acd0 is shown.
> However, if apic is disabled, then it boots. For 5.4-RELEASE/amd64, it works
> great. A 7.0-CURRENT (SNAP009, Nov/2005) shows the same behavior.
> To have it boot, I set following in loader.conf
> hint.atkbd.0.disabled="0x4" # otherwise, I lose my keyboard
> The verbose dmesg with/without apic, and the asl dump (with bios version 1.12,
> the latest one found on IBM site) are available at:
> BTW, the SCSI timeout message from dmesg-noapic.txt is a bit wired. If I boot
> without verbose message it does not show, everything works great. With
> verbose booting,
> those messages show up and it takes me a lot of time to get into multiuser mode.
> Rong-En Fan
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