Exiting Xorg panics Core Duo laptop
jhb at freebsd.org
Thu May 11 21:37:50 UTC 2006
On Thursday 11 May 2006 07:41, Eric Anderson wrote:
> John Baldwin wrote:
> > On Tuesday 09 May 2006 16:34, Eric Anderson wrote:
> >> I have a Core Duo system (2 2GHz CPUs), that continually locks up (I
> >> believe it panics) when exiting xorg with both CPU's enabled. If I
> >> have:
> >> hint.apic.0.disabled="1"
> >> in device.hints, I only use one CPU, however it exits from xorg just
> >> fine. When the system locks, I still have some keyboard control (num
> >> lock lights, etc), but I can't seem to do anything else. I can't see
> >> the screen, it goes black during that time. All my system
> >> configs/dmesg/etc are here:
> >> Booted with apic not disabled:
> >> http://www.googlebit.com/freebsd/200605090613/
> >> Booted with apic disabled:
> >> http://www.googlebit.com/freebsd/200605091117/
> >> How can I debug (or help debug) this?
> > What if you disable just SMP but leave APIC enabled
> > (kern.smp.disabled=1)?
> If I disable only SMP and leave APIC enabled, everything seems to work
> fine. What other info can I give you?
Ok, that helps to narrow it down. Can you hook up a serial console and
obtain the panic messages along with a stack trace as described in the
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