5.3-BETA5-i386-disc1 bootstrap failures
nate at root.org
Mon Sep 27 21:20:27 PDT 2004
David Boyd wrote:
> Nate Lawson wrote:
>>From: owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org
>>[mailto:owner-freebsd-current at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Nate Lawson
>>Sent: Saturday, September 25, 2004 23:28
>>To: David Boyd
>>Cc: freebsd-current at freebsd.org
>>Subject: Re: 5.3-BETA5-i386-disc1 bootstrap failures
>>David Boyd wrote:
>>>This may just be noise, but I'll send it anywho.
>>>The ACPI/APIC/SMP problem described in several missives on this list was
>>>introduced (imho) between noon on September 17th and noon on
>>>I have built from CVS (cvsup) the following kernels:
>>Thanks for the datapoint. I assume you are tracking RELENG_5?
>>I could only find one ACPI commit to RELENG_5 around this time. Please
>>recompile with the following files:
>>acpi_thermal.c rev 1.48
>>acpi_powerres.c rev 1.26
>>Merely copy these into /sys/dev/acpica, recompile the acpi module (or
>>whole kernel) and reboot.
> Yes, I am tracking RELENG_5.
> The kernel build with the files you suggested resulted in the same hang.
Ok, then it's not an ACPI problem.
> I filtered the commits by hour and then by 20 minutes intervals until I
> experienced the hang.
> The hang occurs after building the kernel with the follow commits:
> Edit src/sys/dev/fdc/fdc.c
> Add delta 1.283.2.1 2004.09.18.04.57.55 imp
> Edit src/sys/dev/fdc/fdc_acpi.c
> Add delta 220.127.116.11 2004.09.18.04.57.55 imp
> Edit src/sys/dev/fdc/fdc_isa.c
> Add delta 18.104.22.168 2004.09.18.04.57.55 imp
> Edit src/sys/dev/fdc/fdc_pccard.c
> Add delta 22.214.171.124 2004.09.18.04.57.55 imp
> Delete src/sys/dev/fdc/fdcreg.h
> Edit src/sys/dev/fdc/fdcvar.h
> Add delta 126.96.36.199 2004.09.18.04.57.55 imp
> Edit src/sys/sys/bio.h
> Add delta 188.8.131.52 2004.09.18.04.56.06 imp
> Edit src/sys/sys/fdcio.h
> Add delta 184.108.40.206 2004.09.18.04.57.55 imp
> I have some "free" time to pursue this now!
> I'll try almost anything you suggest.
It looks like the floppy commits result in your hang.
> P.S. The system isn't actually dead...touching the power switch results in
> "ACPI: suspend request ignored (not ready yet)"
> as often as the power switch is depressed briefly.
Yes, the system is not dead. It's likely there is a bug in the floppy
driver that when it is probed, causes the boot to hang. I've bcc'd a
few developers that have fixed past floppy problems.
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