Timer panic on boot (r209434)
dougb at FreeBSD.org
Tue Jun 22 21:00:21 UTC 2010
On 06/22/10 13:10, Alexander Motin wrote:
> Doug Barton wrote:
>> On 06/22/10 12:55, Doug Barton wrote:
>>> I tried upgrading from r209351 to r209434 and got a panic related
>>> to the timer stuff while booting. You can see the panic and the
>>> backtrace here:
>> Hmmm, that could use a little more detail. :) I have a Dell laptop
>> with a core 2 duo processor, running 9-current SMP i386.
> Your ACPI seems reports that attimer uses IRQ2, instead of usual
> IRQ0. It is either a bug, or it is a very rare feature.
> I am not sure it is not a hack, but you may try attached patch.
Ok, I updated to r209441, then applied your patch. FYI, I applied it in
src/sys/x86/isa/ using -p2. This allowed me to boot, verbose dmesg is at
> If it helps, it would be nice it you tried to use i8254 event timer,
> to check is this a bug or feature.
Ok, I'm willing to give that a try if you tell me how. :)
... and that's just a little bit of history repeating.
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