ACPI Issues in 8-STABLE and on
nonesuch at longcount.org
Mon Mar 26 16:54:25 UTC 2012
I was wondering if anyone has looking into this ACPI issue noted
back in 2010.
I attempted to upgrade a 7-STABLE DL385g1 with 4G of ram to 9-STABLE
and it was a disaster.
The box was able to boot once and then on a normal reboot the root
filesystem was corrupted beyond repair ( most likely unrelated , but
some unknown issue with su+j *)
and the system would not get past the point noted in the a fore
mentioned thread . I tried to boot this box with 8.2-RELASE amd64 same
issue, 9.0-BETA1 , same issue, 9.0-RELEASE same issue , and 9.0-STABLE
as I pointed out worked intermittently.
So the end result is that this box now only reliably runs 7.0-RELEASE
- 7.4-RELEASE and 7-STABLE , 6.2-RELEASE - 6.4-RELEASE and 6-STABLE
but nothing else.
As a side test , NetBSD 6.0 beta amd64 boots with out issues on this
box as well as DragonFlyBSD 3.01 amd64.
So my solutions are to migrate back to 7-STABLE or use Net or Dfly.
Does anyone know what the root issue is here ?
* The su-j issue was most likely caused by me not properly converting
the old su slice to su+j . I think I may have done a tunefs -j enable
before I did a tunefs -n disable && fsck .
mark saad | nonesuch at longcount.org
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