panic: probing for non-PCI bus
jhay at icomtek.csir.co.za
Tue Nov 11 23:01:31 PST 2003
> > Hmmm, I'll have to open it up to see if it has an AGP slot, but it is in
> > the server room at work. :-/ Here is a dmesg with a kernel of about Nov 3.
> > pcib1: <PCI-PCI bridge> at device 1.0 on pci0
> > pci1: <PCI bus> on pcib1
> Ok, no AGP bus, but you do have a PCI bus that the MP Table doesn't know about.
> I'll commit a fix. Note that your system isn't going to work with ACPI. Perhaps
> there is a BIOS option to set the interrupt model to APIC rather than PIC that
> might fix the ACPI case.
Ok, I opened the machine this morning and it does have an AGP slot.
I also had a look in the BIOS setup, but didn't see anything to change
the interrupt model. The closest I saw was:
MPS 1.4 Support - Enabled/Disabled (Enabled)
PCI 2.1 Support - Enabled/disabled (Enabled)
PNP OS Installed - No/Yes (No)
I built a new kernel with your mptable changes included and with acpi
enabled, it would panic, but the onboard scsi interrupt doesn't work,
so you don't get very far. With acpi disabled, it seems to work fine,
although I haven't done much yet. So it looks like I'm up and running
John Hay -- John.Hay at icomtek.csir.co.za / jhay at FreeBSD.org
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