On 2015-07-30 23:21, Glen Barber wrote:
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 04:18:15AM +0000, Glen Barber wrote:
On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 06:57:05PM -0500, Larry Rosenman wrote:
> On 2015-07-30 17:17, Glen Barber wrote:
> >On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 03:20:46PM -0500, Larry Rosenman wrote:
> >>Kernel compiling -- give mr a bit and I'll boot it and make sure it
> >>comes
> >>up.
> >>
> >
> >Larry, have you had any luck with this patch applied?  If it resolves
> >your issue, I want to make sure it is included in the 10.2-RC2 build.
> >
> >Thanks.
> >
> [...]
> There are 3 pictures from the CURRENT panic.
> it STILL fails. :(

Larry, I am sorry this is causing headaches for you, and I certainly
appreciate the prompt (and detailed) report, and assistance debugging

Would you be able to try one more test case?

I'm interested in the behavior without the 'nodevice pmsdrv' addition to
your kernel configuration (effectively, removing the device from the
GENERIC kernel), and *without* the patch provided from Benno?

To be more specific on what I'm interested in, 'nodevice pmsdrv' and
'device pmsdrv' should *both* be removed from the kernel configuration,
and the pms(4) should only be available as a .ko module.

In particular, I'm interested in if ahd(4) attaches or if loader(8)
auto-loads pms(4) after the PCI IDs are detected.

As this issue also affects the upcoming 10.2-RELEASE, your willingness
to help debug this is greatly appreciated, as you've tripped over
something that would have caused a great deal of pain after 10.2 was

I owe you several beers.

My kernel is based on GENERIC (I.E. include GENERIC).
With the nodedevice pmspcv, after boot, if I kldload pmspcv, NO PANIC.

Unfortunately, I've got a funeral to go to in Dallas (~150Mi away from home) today, Friday, and will
not be back until late Saturday (US/CDT, GMT-5).

I can probably help someone with this on Sunday, but would appreciate a real-tome conversation, as the box in question is at a COLO facility, and does NOT have IPMI, so I need to be physically there.

Where in the world are you located, Glen?

Larry Rosenman                     http://www.lerctr.org/~ler
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