cvs commit: src/sys/amd64/conf NOTES src/sys/conf files.amd64
files.i386 src/sys/dev/ipmi ipmi.c ipmi_acpi.c ipmi_isa.c
ipmi_kcs.c ipmi_pci.c ipmi_smbios.c ipmi_smbus.c ipmi_smic.c
ipmi_ssif.c ipmivars.h src/sys/i386/conf NOTES
jhb at freebsd.org
Tue Sep 26 09:15:36 PDT 2006
On Monday 25 September 2006 15:50, Doug Ambrisko wrote:
> John Baldwin writes:
> | jhb 2006-09-22 22:11:29 UTC
> | FreeBSD src repository
> | Modified files:
> | sys/amd64/conf NOTES
> | sys/conf files.amd64 files.i386
> | sys/dev/ipmi ipmi.c ipmi_pci.c ipmi_smbios.c
> | ipmivars.h
> | sys/i386/conf NOTES
> | sys/modules/ipmi Makefile
> | sys/sys ipmi.h
> | Added files:
> | sys/dev/ipmi ipmi_acpi.c ipmi_isa.c ipmi_kcs.c
> | ipmi_smbus.c ipmi_smic.c ipmi_ssif.c
> | Log:
> | Update the ipmi(4) driver:
> | - Add an ACPI attachment.
> This should work, however, my one test machine doesn't attach with it.
> Since it doesn't break anything having it, it is safe to add. That
> machine attached fine with the SMBIOS info. so it's not a big deal.
> Just don't expect it to work out of the box. There are some issues
> that need to get investigated.
> Thanks to John for helping to finish some loose ends and add a lot more
Did you get a chance to test the last snap of the patch with the ACPI
attachment? It now does a loop to alloc multiple resources if they exist
which should fix the machine you have I think.
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