cpu timer issues
jurgen at ish.com.au
Wed Sep 29 21:51:52 UTC 2010
I do not understand what you mean by a verbose dmesg...... looking at
the man page there is no verbose option for dmesg except what I
completed (dmesg -a).
Once that is clarified I can reboot the backup machine and turn on ACPI
On 29/09/10 5:26 PM, Andriy Gapon wrote:
> on 29/09/2010 06:49 Jurgen Weber said the following:
>> You can find everything you are after here:
> Looks like this was with ACPI disabled?
> Can you try to re-enable it?
> Also, it doesn't look like the dmesg is verbose.
>> On 28/09/10 8:07 PM, Andriy Gapon wrote:
>>> on 28/09/2010 10:54 Jurgen Weber said the following:
>>>> # dmesg | grep Timecounter
>>>> Timecounter "i8254" frequency 1193182 Hz quality 0
>>>> Timecounters tick every 1.000 msec
>>>> # sysctl kern.timecounter.hardware
>>>> kern.timecounter.hardware: i8254
>>>> Only have one timer to choose from.
>>> Can you provide a little bit more of "hard" data than the above?
>>> Specifically, the following sysctls:
>>> Output of vmstat -i.
>>> _Verbose_ boot dmesg.
>>> Please do not disable ACPI when taking this data.
>>> Preferably, upload it somewhere and post a link to it.
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