Subject: Re: MSI 6501 Dual AMD Athlon MP & 1.6 i386 MP kernel
To: None <tech-smp@NetBSD.ORG>
From: MLH <MLH@goathill.org>
Date: 09/18/2002 00:26:56
On 13 Sep 2002 04:46:05 GMT, MLH wrote:
> On 10 Sep 2002 16:52:33 GMT, MLH wrote:
>> On 10 Sep 2002 10:25:01 -0500, Frank van der Linden wrote:
>>> On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 08:57:18PM +0000, MLH wrote:
>>>> The only problems I have had with these are that the LM driver
>>>> incorrectly calculates the cpu temperatures (port-i386/18205) and
>>>> XF86 appears to be somewhat unstable. It appears to simply lock up
>>>> the cpu it is running on - no core dump or anything. If XF86 locks
>>>> up cpu1, cpu0 can still conveniently restart the machine, but if
>>>> it is running on cpu0, the whole box appears to lock up. Is this
>>>> consistent with known status?
>>> It's actually the first time I've heard about such an XF86 problem
>>> with the MP code. I'm running the MP code myself on my desktop
>>> system (a dual Athlon, Tyan board), and am not seeing X problems.
1) On one of the boxes, if X is running, the box will lock up
sometime each night, whether an X session is running or xdm is
waiting for a login.
2) running cpuburn (burnK7), cpu1 will lock up every time. Sometimes
it takes 2 minutes and sometimes it takes 20. I'm running a single
processor kernel right now to see if I can get cpu0 to lock up. I
assume that cpu0 is used by the SP kernel - the lm sensor indicates
that it is the same one.
Possibly I have two different problems with similar results?
1) some kind of interrupt problem with X
vga1 at pci1 dev 5 function 0: ATI Technologies Rage Fury MAXX AGP 4x
(TMDS) (rev. 0x00)
2) temperature problem with cpu1
The AMD rep is supposed to drop by soon to discuss these problems
and it would be nice to have some more ideas on what is causing
these failures and maybe how to try to identify them.