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re: via_drm broken on netbsd-5
Unfortunately, the dmesg backlog is lost, dumpcore doesn't seem to work
(it complains about (null) bad address at reboot), so I couldn't
diagnose the problem yet. I might try remote console with ddb later if
I have the time.
try running "savecore -N /netbsd" (or your kernel). there's a bug...
On a side note, I also see these in dmesg when savagedrm is enabled
(might not be related):
savagedrm0 at vga1error: [drm:pid0:drm_attach] *ERROR* pci_mapreg info for
error: [drm:pid0:drm_attach] *ERROR* pci_mapreg info for 36 failed
: SuperSavage IX/C SDR
savagedrm0: AGP at 0x00000000 0MB
savagedrm0: Initialized savage 2.4.1 20050313
those *ERROR* messages are harmless and you've reminded me i want to
pullup the change to demote them...
if there's a way to get Xorg.0.log as well, that would be nice, but it
probably isn't written to disk in time.
anyone know if there's a way to get all the info written to the log
to also go to stdout/err? then you could monitor the output remotely.
(i test many things by running 'startx' manually remotely on my test
box, and setting my $DISPLAY.)
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