Re: -CURRENT freeze at boot after update
- From: Nicolas Blais <nb_root@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2006 05:53:24 -0500
On Tuesday 24 January 2006 04:07, Søren Schmidt wrote:
> OK, the patch was flawed actually, find two new attached below.
> Please try first dma-p1 then dma-p2 and finally both and let me know if
> that changes anything.
> > > The only thing that comes to mind is the below patch, please try that
> > > out and let me know. However that way the legacy ports (those stuck at
> > > irq14 & irq15) cannot share interrupt with *anything*, which I did want
> > > to fix as a side effect of this actually...
> > >
> > > -Søren
> > Hi, sorry for the wait.
> > I recompiled my kernel with your patch, unfortunatly it does nothing to
> > prevent the freeze.
> > If you have any patches, I'm willing to try it.
> > Thanks,
> > Nicolas.
I've tested your patches (very early this morning if you look my sig :) :
dma-p1 alone : still freezes
dma-p2 alone : no freeze, cdrom now has good ol' dma access back :)
both : untested as p2 solved the problem.
Good work, if you need anything else tested feel free to ask.
FreeBSD 7.0-CURRENT #4: Tue Jan 24 05:47:18 EST 2006
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