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Re: acpi panic on Dell Optiplex 760 (i82Q45 chip set)

On Mon, 30 Nov 2020 08:01:41 +0100, Martin Husemann <>

> Just netbsd.gdb would be enough to map the address from your backtrace,
> the address did not match my local build, could have been either hid
> or uid.

Finally got a chance to test this again.  Still panics with a very
up-to-date -current (9.99.77) as follows:

[   1.0000030] acpi0 at mainbus0: Intel ACPICA 20201113
[   1.0000030] panic: kmem_free(0xffff933ad14b6780, 32) != allocated size 0; overwrote?
[   1.0000030] cpu0: Begin traceback...
[   1.0000030] vpanic() at netbsd:vpanic+0x156
[   1.0000030] snprintf() at netbsd:snprintf
[   1.0000030] kmem_alloc() at netbsd:kmem_alloc
[   1.0000030] AcpiGetObjectInfo() at netbsd:AcpiGetObjectInfo+0x385
[   1.0000030] acpi_make_devnode() at netbsd:acpi_make_devnode+0x23
[   1.0000030] AcpiNsWalkNamespace() at netbsd:AcpiNsWalkNamespace+0xf4
[   1.0000030] AcpiWalkNamespace() at netbsd:AcpiWalkNamespace+0xc2
[   1.0000030] acpi_attach() at netbsd:acpi_attach+0x26c
[   1.0000030] config_attach_loc() at netbsd:config_attach_loc+0x17e
[   1.0000030] amd64_mainbus_attach() at netbsd:amd64_mainbus_attach+0x1b0
[   1.0000030] mainbus_attach() at netbsd:mainbus_attach+0x84
[   1.0000030] config_attach_loc() at netbsd:config_attach_loc+0x17e
[   1.0000030] cpu_configure() at netbsd:cpu_configure+0x38
[   1.0000030] main() at netbsd:main+0x32c
[   1.0000030] cpu0: End traceback...
[   1.0000030] fatal breakpoint trap in supervisor mode
[   1.0000030] trap type 1 code 0 rip 0xffffffff80221a35 cs 0x8 rflags 0x202 cr2 0 ilevel 0x8 rsp 0xffffffff81d8da80
[   1.0000030] curlwp 0xffffffff81886d80 pid 0.0 lowest kstack 0xffffffff81d882c0
Stopped in pid 0.0 (system) at  netbsd:breakpoint+0x5:  leave
breakpoint() at netbsd:breakpoint+0x5
vpanic() at netbsd:vpanic+0x156
snprintf() at netbsd:snprintf
kmem_alloc() at netbsd:kmem_alloc
AcpiGetObjectInfo() at netbsd:AcpiGetObjectInfo+0x385
acpi_make_devnode() at netbsd:acpi_make_devnode+0x23
AcpiNsWalkNamespace() at netbsd:AcpiNsWalkNamespace+0xf4
AcpiWalkNamespace() at netbsd:AcpiWalkNamespace+0xc2
acpi_attach() at netbsd:acpi_attach+0x26c
config_attach_loc() at netbsd:config_attach_loc+0x17e
amd64_mainbus_attach() at netbsd:amd64_mainbus_attach+0x1b0
mainbus_attach() at netbsd:mainbus_attach+0x84
config_attach_loc() at netbsd:config_attach_loc+0x17e
cpu_configure() at netbsd:cpu_configure+0x38
main() at netbsd:main+0x32c
ds          da90
es          da40
fs          da80
gs          10
rdi         8
rsi         2f8
rbp         ffffffff81d8da80
rbx         ffffffff81d8dbc8
rdx         1
rcx         8
rax         1
r8          ffffffff81d8dbc8
r9          1e
r10         1
r11         fffffffe
r12         104
r13         ffffffff8144d240
r14         ffffffff81d8dac8
r15         ffff93389c823a85
rip         ffffffff80221a35    breakpoint+0x5
cs          8
rflags      202
rsp         ffffffff81d8da80
ss          10
netbsd:breakpoint+0x5:  leave

It's too early for dumpdev to be configured, so 'sync' from ddb just
prompts to reboot.

Looking at AcpiGetObjectInfo+0x385 in "netbsd.gdb" shows:

(gdb) list *AcpiGetObjectInfo+0x385
0xffffffff809681a6 is in AcpiGetObjectInfo (/x/current/src/sys/external/bsd/acpica/dist/namespace/nsxfname.c:528).
523     Cleanup:
524         if (Hid)
525         {
526             ACPI_FREE (Hid);
527         }
528         if (Uid)
529         {
530             ACPI_FREE (Uid);
531         }
532         if (CidList)

so something's up with "Uid" on this host?

At least three other amd64 systems (intel boards DG41TY, D945GCL, D946GZIS)
have no problems with the new ACPI.  So far, only this Dell Optiplex 760.
In case it matters, the Optiplex760 has 12GB ram whereas the others have
8GB, 4GB, and 4GB, respectively.

There are a couple of other machines I can check without much trouble.
So far, the i386 systems I've booted (IBM 817234U (ThinkCentre S51),
and Dell Optiplex GX110) also have no problem with the new ACPI.  These
systems have 2GB and 512MB RAM, respectively.

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