Crash after trying powerd on FreeBSD 7.0BETA-2
joao at matik.com.br
Mon Nov 19 13:55:28 PST 2007
On Sunday 18 November 2007 14:53:43 Kris Kennaway wrote:
> Arno J. Klaassen wrote:
> > Gregory Wright <gwright at antiope.com> writes:
> >> Hi,
> >> I tried enabling powerd on FreeBSd 7.0BETA-2 by adding
> >> powerd_enable="YES"
> >> to /etc/rc.conf. The mobo is a Tyan 2882-D with a single Opteron
> >> 270 HE processor (dual core), 2 GB RAM. AMD powernow was
> >> enabled in the BIOS.
> > I never succeeded in using cpufreq on any 288x MB. If freezes
> > box even with latest bios.
> Have you tried disabling acpi_throttle?
I have the same MB but with two dual-core, with powerd enabled and ULE I get
no crash but calcru went backwards events and while they are happening the
machine is not responsive, even remotely no answer, after a while, when the
calcru events stop I get access again.
Unsetting acpi_throttle does not change a thing. I can set manually all
available cpu freqs.
with cpufreq in the kernel I get sporadic "lock held to long" panics when
rebooting after syncing the disks so actually I am running without it. This
is with sources from saturday
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