bce(4) panics, 9.2rc1 [redux]
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Wed Jul 31 07:53:01 UTC 2013
Yonghyeon PYUN <pyunyh at gmail.com> wrote
in <20130731074341.GC1105 at michelle.cdnetworks.com>:
py> On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 03:54:06PM +0900, Hiroki Sato wrote:
py> > [Added yougari@ and davidch@ to the To:/Cc: list]
py> > I confirmed that my issue reported on -current@ is due to the bxe(4)
py> > driver (BCM57711). If it is disabled, shutdown works fine without
py> > NMI.
py> > Also, I received several reports about the same box that NMI occurred
py> > even on bge(4) (BCM5717) driver when probing during power-cycle test.
py> > The probability was about once per 30 power-cycles. Once it
py> > occurred, an AC on/off cycle was required (resetting a system
py> > reproduced the NMI in the same timing).
py> Hmm, Hiroki, could you add bge_reset()/bge_chipinit() after
py> bge_stop() in bge_shutdown() and let me know whether that change
py> makes any difference?
Thank you. I will give it a try. The test will probably take some
time since it occurs only once in 30-50 power-cycles, though.
On bxe(4) it is 100% reproducible, FYI.
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