Subject: Re: 'shutdown -p now' power down broken on i386/-current (?)
To: David Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Markus W Kilbinger <email@example.com>
Date: 09/03/2007 11:22:53
>>>>> "David" == David Young <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> >> Current -current kernels are no capable to power down my
>> >> dual cpu i386 box. Last message displayed after syncing
>> >> disks is:
>> >> acpi: Entering state 5
>> >> Then the machine hangs and stays powered on.
>> >> Does anybody else see this?
Juan> Probably a locking error or any other problem, can you try
Juan> with options DEBUG/DIAGNOSTIC/LOCKDEBUG?
>> I did: With all 3 options turned on (DIAGNOSTIC was enabled
>> already) the machine panics during booting (While doing some
>> ipv6 stuff? see remote console output attached).
David> Sorry, the panic is due to my mistake. Update to these
David> src/sys/net/agr/if_agr.c 1.16 src/sys/netinet/if_arp.c
David> 1.128 src/sys/netinet6/nd6.c 1.120
David> src/sys/netiso/iso_snpac.c 1.47
Thanks, the panic during booting is gone now, but the (my main)
problem/hang at powering down remains displaying
acpi0: entering state 5
, staying powered on and no further reaction of the machine (beside
pressing reset or power buttons ;-)).
For consistency I vierified that older netbsd kernels and other OS's
are still capable to really power down the machine.
So, am I really the only one seeing this kind of problem!?