In message <b9c53237-4b1a-a140-f692-bf5837060...@selasky.org>, Hans Petter
> When booting I observe an additional 30-second delay after this print:
> > Timecounters tick every 1.000 msec
> ~30 second delay and boot continues like normal.
> Checking "vmstat -i" reveals that some timers have been running loose.
> > cpu0:timer 44300 442
> > cpu1:timer 40561 404
> > cpu3:timer 48462822 483058
> > cpu2:timer 48477898 483209
> Trying to add delays and/or prints around the Timecounters printout
> makes the issue go away. Any ideas for debugging?
> Looks like a startup race to me.
just picking a random email to reply to, I'm seeing a different issue with
early AP startup. It affects one of my four machines, my laptop. My three
server systems downstairs have no problem however my laptop will reboot
Jan 17 11:55:16 slippy kernel: cd0: Attempt to query device size failed:
NOT READY, Medium not present - tray closed
Then finally boot after a number of reboots (0-N), it finally boots.
Disabling early AP start allows it to boot past that point first time.
Cy Schubert <cy.schub...@cschubert.com>
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