amd64/91405: Kernel panic caused by asr on 6.0-amd64 box
scottl at samsco.org
Sat Jan 7 08:20:13 PST 2006
The following reply was made to PR amd64/91405; it has been noted by GNATS.
From: Scott Long <scottl at samsco.org>
To: Don Brearley <donbrearley at hibbing.edu>
Cc: freebsd-gnats-submit at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: amd64/91405: Kernel panic caused by asr on 6.0-amd64 box
Date: Sat, 07 Jan 2006 09:14:57 -0700
Don Brearley wrote:
>>Synopsis: Kernel panic caused by asr on 6.0-amd64 box
>>Arrival-Date: Fri Jan 06 17:20:02 GMT 2006
>>Originator: Don Brearley
>>Release: 6.0-STABLE #4
> Hibbing Community College
> FreeBSD hcc.hibbing.edu 6.0-STABLE FreeBSD 6.0-STABLE #4: Thu Jan 5 16:01:00 CST
> 2006 root at hcc.hibbing.edu:/usr/src/sys/amd64/compile/HCC amd64
> I have a Tyan Thunder S2895 (K8WE) motherboard in which I am trying to use
> an Adaptec 2400A ATA-RAID Card (AAR-2400A). I have dual Opteron 246 CPU's
> with 2GB of RAM. I am using a USB keyboard.
> The problem is that I cannot boot the box with the Adaptec Card installed
> with ACPI-enabled.
> When I have ACPI enabled, the card is detected and then the kernel panic's
> with: kernel trap 12: page fault in kernel mode, and then reboots.
> When I have ACPI disabled, the box boots up just fine but the Adaptec card
> is not detected.
> I am enabling/disabling ACPI through hint.acpi.0.disable in /boot/loader.conf
> and/or choosing option #1 or #2 in the boot menu.
> When I boot the box without the card, in ACPI mode, everything works fine.
> The problem persists in either SMP or non-SMP environments.
> The problem persists with multiple Adaptec 2400A cards. I've tried two others
> and both get errors. I've tried using different PCI slots, and that also
> did not correct the problem.
> Get a Tyan S2895 board and an Adaptec ATA-RAID 2400 card. Install 6.0-release
> and try to boot with ACPI-enabled.
> None. You can boot the machine by disabling ACPI, but you will not be able
> to use the Adaptec card, so you may as well just remove the card and use ACPI.
> Please feel free to contact me for further details.
The ASR driver will absolutely not work on amd64 due to not being 64bit
clean. Fixing the driver requires a significant amount of work.
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