Supermicro superserver 5013S-i
dwhite at gumbysoft.com
Wed May 18 14:53:16 PDT 2005
On Sun, 15 May 2005, Balgansuren.B wrote:
> I checked website for BIOS files and current loaded BIOS is latest
> If I to use continously ACPI aware=NO, is there any problem?
You can, but you may have reduced functionality (particularly if ACPI
supports thermal zones).
> Previously, on server was loaded Fedora Core 2, then I removed it.
> BTW, when I install Fedora Core 2 and it works normal.
Fedora doesn't use ACPI by default I don't think. They may also suppress
Again, the messages are largely harmless. I suspect its due to using a
very old ACPI compiler and specification.
> > On Sat, 14 May 2005, Balgansuren.B wrote:
> > > Yesterday (13 May, 2005), I installed FreeBSD 5.4
> > Release on this
> > > server without problem. This morning (14 May, 2005)
> > I did cvsup and now
> > > it is 5.4-STABLE.
> > >
> > > But I saw strange thing when I change settings on
> > bios setup.
> > >
> > [...]
> > > May 14 10:41:41 altainet kernel: ACPI-0698: ***
> > Warning: Type override
> > > - [DEB_] had invalid type (Integer) for Scope
> > operator, changed to
> > > (Scope)
> > This is a bug in the ACPI DSDT table in the BIOS. If
> > upgrading the BIOS
> > causes this then contact your systems vendor and
> > complain since the prior
> > BIOS table did not have these errors. It obviously
> > goes away when ACPI is
> > disabled since the table is not evaluated in that
> > instance.
> > Its likely harmless.
> > --
> > Doug White | FreeBSD: The Power
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> > dwhite at gumbysoft.com | www.FreeBSD.org
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