Subject: Re: port-macppc/30410 (MCHK panics)
To: Chuck Silvers <email@example.com>
From: Jeff Rizzo <riz@NetBSD.org>
Date: 09/26/2005 15:44:40
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Chuck Silvers wrote:
>I'd like to fix this, but it has never happened on my machine.
>I'm kinda wondering if it's related to the powersave errata that
>was just brought up again. could you try setting the global "powersave"
>to 0 and see if that makes any difference? the code for that is in
This is annoying and embarrassing - I've just spent 2 hours attempting
to reproduce the problem on my machine that was seeing it 100% of the
time with a GENERIC kernel before, and I'm unable to do so. I've tried
-current GENERIC, and 2.1_RC5 GENERIC, both from builds on
ftp.netbsd.org. (I also did some builds myself, but I wanted to
eliminate something I may or may not have done to my tree.)
One thing that's unusual: I was definitely seeing this on 2.0_STABLE
(when I was seeing it), and that branch does not have powersave enabled
for the 7450 family...
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