[Bug 200725] Panic during port build under 10.1-Release Unrecoverable machine check exception

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Wed Jun 10 04:40:09 UTC 2015


fossette <dodo1 at videotron.ca> changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
             Status|New                         |Closed
         Resolution|---                         |FIXED

--- Comment #2 from fossette <dodo1 at videotron.ca> ---
Thanks Andriy!

This HARDWARE ERROR didn't help me much at first, but after further Internet
searches and the knowledge of high speed processor timings from a previous job
I had, I happen to find a nice workaround for this problem.  Indeed, it's
hardware related, but IMO, the software should be more helpful to flag the

When I purchased my computer just a few months back, I went through all the
nice BIOS options offered to me.  Without going to the extremes, I accepted the
(modest) boost features that were offered to me.  My FreeBSD is stored on an
M.2 SSD drive, so I suspected that there could possibly exist a timing issue on
the bus when signals are exchanged between the CPU, the DRAM and the SRAM.

So, I disabled any BIOS settings related to cache prefetch and CPU boost. 
Everything now seems to run smoothly because I was able to build all the ports
that I had problems with earlier.

Thanks again!  I'm a happy FreeBSD camper again!


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