This is a discussion on Re: HP DL145G2 boot problems with 7.0 - FreeBSD ; I actually figured out the problem. I had gmirror on the machine, and was booting to do maintenance using non-gmirror kernel sometimes. One kernel was using ad4, the other using ad6, and one using gm0(ad4/ad6). Kernel modules and kernel were ...
I actually figured out the problem. I had gmirror on the machine, and was
booting to do maintenance using
non-gmirror kernel sometimes. One kernel was using ad4, the other using
ad6, and one using gm0(ad4/ad6).
Kernel modules and kernel were consequently getting out of sync.
Problems are fixed now -- I'm currently being amazed by the SMP performance,
kqueue, and some
threaded python...doing as much on 2 old machines from 2005 and freebsd with
optimized python as we were
doing with 55 linux machines running badly tuned php5 in apache.
On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 5:56 AM, John Baldwin
> On Monday 21 April 2008 03:23:04 pm Ryan Lackey wrote:
> > I have 4 HP DL145G2 boxes (dual opteron). I recently upgrded them from
> > 6.2-STABLE to 7.0-RELEASE using cvsup on each, compiling world + kernel.
> > The upgrade was (fairly painless on two machines, and has broken the
> > two machines.
> > On boot, the broken machines hang somewhere after kbdc and psm, and
> > serial driver initialization.
> > Specifically, I see:
> > psm0: unable to allocate IRQ
> > psmcpnp0: PS/2 mouse port irq 12 on acpi0
> > pm0: ps2 mouse irq 12 on atkbdc0
> > ioapic0: routing intpin 12 (ISA IRQ 12) to vector 57
> > psm0: giant-locked
> > psm0: thread
> > psm0: model intellimouse explorer....
> > psm0: config; 0000000000 flags: 000000008, packet size:4
> > psm0: syncmask:08, syncbits:00
> > After that, it hangs.
> I would add more printfs to figure out exactly where it dies. I would
> by seeing if it makes it out of the psm driver. If so, then I would start
> adding printfs to the new-bus code in sys/kern/subr_bus.c to see if
> are probing when it hangs.
> John Baldwin
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