|From:||YONETANI Tomokazu <qhwt+dfly@xxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Sun, 11 Mar 2007 15:12:40 +0900|
On Sun, Mar 11, 2007 at 04:23:03AM -0000, Joe Floid Kanowitz wrote: > > Joe "Floid" Kanowitz <email@example.com> added the comment: > > @ Tomokazu, > > Unfortunately your patch doesn't seem to be changing the behavior. > http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/file216/3-08-2007%20qwht%20patch%20panic%201.png and > http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/file217/3-08-2007%20qwht%20patch%20panic%202.png > show the result with a SMP kernel built from today's sources (+ patch); UP did > basically the same thing with some other quirks. (I use gdm, and for some > inexplicable reason moving the mouse causes it to freeze with the UP kernel.) I was under the impression that just going to single-user mode and type `reboot' could trigger the panic, no? > @ Matt, > > Since Tomokazu's patch showed up before I could test, I still haven't tried > yours and will do so next just to prove it. This bug obviously sucks for anyone > with a need to reboot remotely, Unfortunately I can't reproduce the same panic on both UP and SMP kernels here. Can you try attached patch? This is a slightly modified version of Matt's patch but can print the function and the line number of the previous caller of AcpiOsReleaseCache(). To build the acpi driver, revert previous patches, then $ export ACPI_DEBUG=yes ACPI_DEBUG_CACHE=yes (for SMP kernel, you also need "export CFLAGS='-O -pipe -DSMP=1'") $ cd /sys/dev/acpica5 $ make cleandir; make cleandir $ make -s obj && make -s depend && make -s $ su # make install && reboot You don't need to try this for both UP and SMP kernels, as either of them can trigger the panic. Note that this patch avoids the double-free panic so you need to use `shutdown -p' or `shutdown -h' instead of `reboot' (unless dmesg survives across reboot). Cheers.