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Re: kern/47594: Hang during boot on Xen + CURRENT/6.01 + ASUS M2A-VM
On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 07:35:00PM +0000, toby.karyadi%gmail.com@localhost
> (okay, I wasn't able to get the uname -a string, since the kernel can't boot
> up, and I've replaced the user and host names, but other than that, it's
> I experienced a hang during boot up when the SATA disks are being detected,
> that is, it would pause at:
> <... more kernel messages ...>
> ahcisata0: <text>
> wd0 <text> <and then a long pause ~1-2minutes>
> wd1 <text> <and then another long pause ~1-2minutes>
> wd2 <text> <and then another long pause ~1-2minutes>
> <and then the boot up just does not advance any further>
> The bug only occurred when I use the XEN3_DOM0 kernel on this particular
> motherboard, ASUS M2A-VM, which has an Athlon 3600 CPU and ATI SB 600 South
> Bridge chip. If I use the GENERIC kernel, the hang up does not occur. This
> problem is not reproducible on my other ASUS motherboard of the about the
> same vintage, ASUS M2NPV-VM, which has some NVIDIA based south bridge chip.
> Setting the bios setting to use IDE for the SATA disks vs using the AHCI
> interface did not make any difference.
Can you post the dmesg of the GENERIC kernel ?
also, did you look for a BIOS upgrade of this motherboard ?
Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost>
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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