panic on dell laptop
dougb at FreeBSD.org
Sat Jul 10 18:12:07 UTC 2010
Try backing up to svn r209633 and see if you can boot. What you're
describing is identical to a panic I had starting with the next
revision, also on a Dell laptop.
On 07/10/10 00:44, raoul wrote:
> Hi all,
> since last friday head panic, even with a fresh update (yesterday evening).
> i tried with and without loader.conf
> with: exec "unset acpi_load"
> with: a fresh device.hints
> nothing works.
> irq do not match!
> reverting to current 9.0 r209368 20:06:2010 works fine.
> the story:
> dell laptop e6400 running head as said.
> irq do not match
> kdb enter (0xc0cd011e,c0cd011e,c0c7bad6,c14209cc)
> show threads
> thread 100000
> show thread 100000 (the culprit)
> porc pid 0 at 0xc0e30ac0
> name swapper
> stack 0c141f000-0xc141effff
> flags 02100004 pflag 0x10000
> state running cpu0 priority 68
> container lock schedlock 0 0xc0e368c0
> any idea would be appreciated
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... and that's just a little bit of history repeating.
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