hang after "Shutting down ACPI"

Don Lewis truckman at FreeBSD.org
Mon Jun 21 22:32:56 GMT 2004

On 10 Jun, Don Lewis wrote:
> On  8 Jun, Martin wrote:
>> Am Tue, den 08.06.2004 schrieb Don Lewis um 0:54:
>>> I just upgraded my Thinkpad R40 to a few hour old version of -CURRENT
>>> from something a few weeks older.  Now when I reboot, the machine hangs
>>> after printing "Shutting down ACPI" and I have to resort to the power
>>> button.  In an interesting twist, "shutdown -p" works properly.
>> On my R40 I've had CURRENT from June 3rd and shutdown -p and reboot didn't
>> work properly.
>> I wanted to confirm your bug report here, but after cvsup (a few hours ago)
>> everything seems to be OK again.
> I just cvsup'ed and I'm still having the same problem.  I tossed in a
> bunch of debugging printf's and tracked it down to this
> bus_teardown_intr() call in AcpiOsRemoveInterruptHandler():
> 	bus_teardown_intr(sc->acpi_dev, sc->acpi_irq, sc->acpi_irq_handle);

I updated to the latest -CURRENT over the weekend and this problem
appears to be fixed now.

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