5.3-RC2 installation panic [Was: kern/60602: [usb]
Dynamicattach UBS device can cause 5.2-RC system malfunction
Simon L. Nielsen
simon at FreeBSD.org
Sat Nov 6 11:06:35 PST 2004
On 2004.11.05 09:18:37 -0800, Jin Guojun [VFFS] wrote:
> Simon L. Nielsen wrote:
> >On 2004.11.04 19:52:23 -0800, Jin Guojun [VFFS] wrote:
> >>Craig Rodrigues wrote:
> >>>On Thu, Nov 04, 2004 at 03:19:58PM -0800, Jin Guojun [VFFS] wrote:
> >>>>avail memory = 511500288 (487 MB)
> >>>>ACPI APIC Table: < ASUS P2B-DS >
> >>>>ACPI disabled by blacklist. Contact your BIOS vendor.
> >>>>MADT: ACPI Startup failed with AE_ERROR
> >>>>Try disabling either ACPI or apic support.
> >>>>panic: Using MADT but ACPI doesn't work
> >>>Look at section 18.104.22.168:
> >>>Try setting hint.apic.0.disabled="1" at the boot loader prompt.
> >>FYI, actually, it is hint.acpi... not hint.apic...
> >ACPI and APIC are two different things.
> >>The same typo also exists in
> >At least the place I looked it looked it seemed to be correct, where
> >exactly do you think there is an error?
> 22.214.171.124 System Hangs (temporary or permanent)
> It talks about "... correctness of the APIC (MADT) table", which seems
> not matching the panic message above. Panic message says that MADT is
> related to ACPI, not APIC.
Yes, I think the issue described in the Handbook is unrelated to your
problems (but I know very little of ACPI so I'm not sure).
> The, the second paragraph talks acpi0, then the last paragraph talks
> disable it via setting hint.apic.0.disabled="1"
> Nowhere in the entire web page says about hint.acpi.0.disabled variable.
> This is the part confuse me to believe that this may be the typo.
> If both hint.apic.0.disabled and hint.acpi.0.disabled exist, a clear
> introdution should be placed at front (top of the page) to illustrate
> what difference they are, and where they should be used for.
Indeed it looks like something like that would a good idea. So
Somebody(tm) should look at it :-).
Simon L. Nielsen
FreeBSD Documentation Team
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