Subject: Re: Why Pstate could make NetBSD buggy ?
To: Jerome Loyet <email@example.com>
From: Thomas E. Spanjaard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/03/2006 12:59:36
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Jerome Loyet wrote:
> Jared D. McNeill wrote:
>> Jerome Loyet wrote:
>>>has a stable installation, the other part has a buggy
>>>investigation, the ONLY difference is the version of the BIOS. and
>>>the difference is:
>>>The Pstate has been disabled on buggy BIOS and vcore as
>>>been augmented by 0.1v
>>Are you booting a NetBSD kernel with ACPI support?
> No, I'm using GENERIC kernel. Why ?
You are using APM though. Pstate is for power state, and power states
can be running, standby, suspend, etc. I guess there's an issue there.
Try running a kernel with APM disabled as well.
Please fix your client to reply and quote properly :).
Thomas E. Spanjaard
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