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Re: halt(8) regression
On Saturday 05 January 2008 00:20:29 Jukka Salmi wrote:
> Jared D. McNeill --> current-users (2008-01-03 21:48:36 -0500):
> > Jukka Salmi wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> currently (4.99.48) `shutdown -h' seems not to work: after
> >> The operating system has halted.
> >> Please press any key to reboot.
> >> is printed, pressing any key does _not_ reboot the system (at least
> >> not those two i386 systems I tried with, using both GENERIC and
> >> GENERIC.NOACPI kernels). Furthermore, after powering off the system
> >> manually and restarting it, RAID parity is dirty.
> > My guess for the key press thing is that we've erroneously powered off
> > your keyboard controller on shutdown. Can you comment out the calls to
> > pmf_device_register in pckbc and wskbd?
> Hmm, doesn't seem to help, I still see the problem with those calls
> commented out...
> Regards, Jukka
I observed such an oddity after updating a system once the pmf(9) work was
available on HEAD. I also tried with those calls commented out and noticed
no difference. What worked for me was to change the setting in the bios to
skip the system memory test on startup. Now my ps2 keyboard is responsive at
the boot prompt again. Previously I would unplug and reconnect the keyboard
to get it responding following a shutdown(8).
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