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Kernel Panic at loading FreeBSD

Discussion in 'Mobile Computing' started by Antarex, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. Antarex

    Antarex New Member

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    Hi to All!

    Sorry for my bad English...

    On my notebook HP ProBook 4510s <NX668EA> (Bios Compaq F17 (latest)) the problem of times in some weeks is observed at loading FreeBSD 8.1.

    Code:
    Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode
    cpuid=0; apic id=00
    fault virtual adress=0x14
    fault code=supervisos read, page not present
    instruction pointer=0x20:0xc0966916
    stack pointer=0x28:0xea0b7c50
    frame pointer=0x28:0xea0b7c50
    code segment=base 0x0, limit 0xfffff type 0x1b =DPL 0, pres 1, def 32 1, gran 
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    processor eflags=interrupt enabled, resume, IOPL=0
    current process=15 (acpi_thermal)
    trap number=12
    ppanic:smp_tlp_shutdown: interrapts disabled
    cpuid=0
    Uptime: 25s
    Cannot dump. Device not defined or unavailable
    Automatic reboot in 15 seconds - press a key on the console to abort or switch 
    off the system now


    Loading was spent with options by default (ACPI ON) as at ACPI OFF, the system isn't loaded in general on this notebook (into networks there were similar cases on this model laptop). Drops out too kernel panic at loading if it is necessary - then I will write log.

    Any thoughts to solve this problem?
     
  2. SirDice

    SirDice Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    That particular panic almost always indicates bad memory.
     
  3. Antarex

    Antarex New Member

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    I am tested memory with Memtest86+ -> no errors found. There are no this problem in WinXP and Russian ALT Linux.

    Code:
    current process=15 (acpi_thermal)


    May be its some problem with ACPI & FreeBSD. With ACPI OFF Kernel panic is stable.
     
  4. Zare

    Zare Member

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    I have the same computer and there are no problems at all with 8.1-RELEASE GENERIC kernel, with default options. Note that ACPI suspend doesn't function, it goes into suspend but it's black screen once you resume.
     
  5. Antarex

    Antarex New Member

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    Zare

    Please, may you boot FreeBSD 8.1 in ACPI OFF mode (not default option in FreeBSD Boot Menu) and tell me a result?
     
  6. Zare

    Zare Member

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    Sorry my friend, but you'll have to wait until Monday. That's my workplace computer.
    I logged in remote and made a dump of ACPI table, you can get it here;

    http://zare.jezgra.net/dump.asl

    Do the same and diff my table with yours; maybe your ACPI implementation is different (different computer revision, BIOS, etc...). You can do it with

    Code:
    acpidump -dt > your_table.asl
    


    P.S. are you having kernel panics with ACPI on or off? Or both? Can you boot your system in any mode for enough time to add dump device directive into rc.conf?
     
  7. Antarex

    Antarex New Member

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    Zare

    Your computer:

    Code:
    OEMID=HPQOEM, OEM Table ID=3074


    My computer:

    Code:
    OEMID=HPQOEM, OEM Table ID=3072


    If I am not mistaken, this is ID of Motherboards, thus Motherboard of our computers is different.

    May you tell me a configuration of your laptop?

    My configuration is:

    1. Intel Mobile Dual Core Celeron T3000 1.8GHz Penryn 45nm,
    2. Intel GL 40 Cantiga Chipset (detect as GM45 at FreeBSD),
    3. MB HP 3072, Bios Compaq F.17 (latest at this time), 82801IM (ICH9-M)
    4. HDD SATA II Seagate Momentus 5400.6 (250GB),
    5. Video Intel GMA X4500MHD,
    6. LAN Marvell Yukon 88E8072 10/100/1000Mbit,
    7. RAM DDR2 2GB Micron PC2-6400
    8. DVDRW Optiarc AD7581S,
    9. Sound HDA Analog Devices AD1984A
    10. Display LGD021B LP156WH2-TLQ1
    11. WiFi Broadcom BCM4312

    P.S. I am have kernel panic always in ACPI OFF mode and one time kernel panic in 2-3 weeks in ACPI ON mode, the rest of the time system boots and work fine in ACPI ON mode.
     

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