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Re: Lockups related to (possibly IDE issues) ?

From: YONETANI Tomokazu <qhwt+dfly@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2006 22:56:07 +0900

On Fri, Sep 08, 2006 at 12:13:13PM +0000, Jamie wrote:
> I'm actually not sure if this is a bug or something I've messed up. 
> Things were working until I apparently had a hard drive failure, replaced
> Hard drive (drive as master and CDROM as the slave, both on IDE0).
> There is no sound card, there is only a 3Com PCI card plus the other components
> of a bare machine. (VGA card and the motherboard IDE, there aren't any
> USB ports that I can see)
> The drive is a MAXTOR  200G, with the first 50G being used for the OS (primary
> partition) Setup as master = LBA, slave = AUTO in BIOS. (The BIOS can't see the
> full drive.)
> Seemed to lock up at random times during the install process, almost always when
> copying files from the distribution CD, eventually I was able to get it
> installed, only to see it lock up when it probed the CDROM (by this time,
> booting from hard drive)
> I inserted a CD in the drive, wondering if it was choking on the no media found,
> booted again, this time it loaded and I got to the login prompt. (again, booting
> from hard drive)
> Then it locked up just as I entered the password.

I assume you're using 1.6.x-RELEASE, right?


> This machine seems to have a pretty decent BIOS.
> Bios settings:
> Power Management: OFF 
> ACPI I/O Device Node is OFF. (I've experimented with this, so far, no dif.)

Does this actually turn off ACPI driver?  When ACPI driver is disabled,
sysctl hw.acpi gives you nothing:
# sysctl hw.acpi
sysctl: unknown oid 'hw.acpi'

If not, choose "Boot DragonFly with ACPI disabled" from the boot menu,
or type 'unset acpi_load' on the boot loader prompt:
OK unset acpi_load


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