Interesting Boot failure on HEAD with a large number of IGB nics
gpalmer at freebsd.org
Wed Jul 22 17:14:22 UTC 2015
On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 12:11:09PM -0400, Mark Saad wrote:
> I am wondering if anyone has run into this issue before , and if there is
> a fix.
> I have a Scalable Informatics siRouter with 24 Intel I350 igb nics and 8
> intel 82599ES ixgbe/ix nic . The SiRouter is a Supermicro X9DRX+-F with a
> bunch of intel nics.
> On Head I run into a boot panic out of the box while plumbing the usb
> controller . The box crashes with
> ehci0: <Intel Patsburg USB 2.0 controller> mem 0xdd923000-0xdd9233ff irq 16
> at device 26.0 on pci0
> panic: Couldn't find an APIC vector for IRQ 16
> However it has only probed 8 of the 24 igb when is crashes. Here is the
> complete boot up with some additional info.
> Now the interesting thing.
> DragonFly 4.2x boots fine see the dmesg here
> OpenBSD boots and finds the nics as well see dmesg here
> NetBSD Pukes while probing something out of the box and I cant get the
> serial console to work.
> Linux 2.6 CentOS 6.6 works
> OmniOS / Illumos-gate and Illumos-joyent work out of the box
> So my goal here is to make the box boot FreeBSD . It had been used prior
> running OmniOS and CentOS and well now I want to make it work. :)
> Any ideas here ?
I'm no expert, but you may want to try setting
in the boot loader and trying that.
P.S. freebsd-net@ may be a better list than either -stable or -hackers.
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