Installation trouble with HP Proliant ML110 G5
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Mon Mar 31 20:49:45 PDT 2008
On Tue, Apr 1, 2008 at 12:41 AM, Josep Pujadas i Jubany <josep at bellera.cat>
> On Mon, 31 Mar 2008 16:36:47 +0800, Kevin Foo wrote
> > On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 6:35 PM, Josep Pujadas i Jubany wrote:
> > >
> > > * On-board NIC was not detected.
> > See PR kern/119779
> > * shutdown -r now did'nt restart the system. The system was blocked at:
> > >
> > The system will reboot properly if you load ipmi module and specify
> > timeout in 60 seconds.
> > # kldload ipmi
> > # watchdog -t 60; reboot
> > You can create handy alias.
> > alias reboot 'watchdog -t 60; /sbin/reboot'
> > I didn't have any issue with DVD drive when it was running 6.3/7.0.
> > --
> > Regards
> > Kevin Foo
> > _______________________________________________
> Everything ok up to now!
> 1. patch for BCM5722 NIC worked. I modified the files and I recompiled my
> 2. ipmi works if I load manually as you suggested. But if I include in the
> kernel as "device ipmi" (for automatic loading at startup system) disks
> not correctly dismounted. So, I wrote a shell script to do all the
> operations and I increase the timer to 120 seconds.
See /boot/loader.conf. You can load the module there upon bootup. Please
file a PR if you think that including ipmi to kernel cause inappropriate
behaviour. I don't have the box to test that now.
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