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Re: kern/39275

The following reply was made to PR kern/39275; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: "Jeremy C. Reed" <>
Subject: Re: kern/39275
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 15:40:45 -0500 (CDT)

 I cc'd David and Joerg and Manuel because of thread at
 After many tests, I found if I reverted src/sys/arch/x86/x86/intr.c back 
 to 1.49 I can boot again.
 I have not tried Joerg's suggestions in yet
 I also haven't looked in the BIOS settings (if that is what David was 
 talking about).
 The booted kernel is at
 Running ident on the kernel is at
 More information:
 /netbsd.20080317        booted
 /netbsd.20080327        booted
 /netbsd.20080330        from Launey, booted
 /netbsd.20080406        booted 4.99.58
 /netbsd.20080410        booted 4.99.58
 /netbsd.20080412        from Steve, did not boot (but was a
                         custom kernel)
 /netbsd.20080413        booted 4.99.59
 /netbsd.20080505        booted 4.99.62
 /netbsd.20080507        from Launey, hangs at cpu0: ITLB
 /netbsd.20080510        booted, but ral0 didn't work:
                         ral0: could not read MAX register: TIMEOUT
 /netbsd.20080512        from Launey, booted 4.99.62 (ral0 working again)
 /netbsd.20080513        booted 4.99.62
 /netbsd.200805132230b   booted! this is same kernel as below after: 
                         cvs up -dP -r 1.49 arch/x86/x86/intr.c
 /netbsd.200805132230    did not boot, so something broken between
                        20080513050000 UTC and 20080513223000 UTC  
 /netbsd.20080514        did not boot
 /netbsd.20080515        from Launey, did not boot 4.99.62
 /netbsd.20080520        did not boot 4.99.63
 /netbsd.20080525        did not boot
 /netbsd.20080605        did not boot
 /netbsd.20080804        did not boot (don't have anymore)
 /netbsd.20080805        did not boot
 That sure took a long time to test all these!

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