Subject: Re: Problems with NetBSD-current kernels after 2005-10-04
To: Wolfgang S. Rupprecht <email@example.com>
From: Patrick Welche <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/09/2005 14:59:35
On Fri, Oct 07, 2005 at 10:17:44AM -0700, Wolfgang S. Rupprecht wrote:
> email@example.com (Matthias Scheler) writes:
> > My machine was running a "./build.sh -j 2" while it froze and paniced.
> > So was a lot of I/O going but without involving USB.
> I'm seeing a low-probability panic/autoreboot when playing mp3's and
> oggs via gqmpeg. It always seems to happen around the time the audio
> device gets closed and reopened. (This is on a one week old
> -current/i386 on an athlon-32 Via board w. cmpci0 audio).
> I don't know if this is related.
> This machine was a power-supply donor, so there was a big gap when it
> wasn't tracking -current. For the past few weeks its been tracking
> again and things just aren't stable any more.
Time for an aol metoo.. I tried yesterday's cvs kernel this morning and
got a freeze in no time (build.sh build), so went back to my happy
September 12 kernel.
Didn't post before because as I was in X, I couldn't see anything but the
freeze, and there is this other thread about ehci and bge. This box
probably fits in that category too: bge card (unlike the PR not sharing
an interrupt) and ehci with slow keyboard plugged in, but like the PR
an MP acpi kernel (hyperthreading cheap cpu).
This is a Dell GX280 running A05 bios - I see there is a A06 bios available
which seems to fix plenty of USB problems so again yet another possibility,
though no problems with the 12 September kernel and the old bios.