On 31/07/15 4:52 pm, Glen Barber wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 04:48:18AM +0000, mailingli...@debank.tv wrote:
>> July 31 2015 4:21 PM, "Glen Barber" <g...@freebsd.org> 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
>>>> this.
>>>> 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
>>>> release.
>>>> I owe you several beers.
>> Hi All,
>> I've experienced the same bug although with a mvs(4) device on 
>> 10.2-PRERELEASE, once the pms driver is removed from the kernel config the 
>> problem disappears, I haven't had time to try the suggested patch as I only 
>> found this thread after removing the pms driver from the kernel.
> Thank you for the information (stripped from my reply).
> So, to be clear, you have 'device pmsdrv' removed from the kernel
> config, but the /boot/kernel/pmspcv.ko is still available to the system?
> Glen

I removed the module from /boot/kernel to be sure it wasn't loaded.

Rob Evers

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