On 1/12/2018 11:58 AM, Sean Bruno wrote:
> Probably, update your port of x86info. I pushed an update for this and
> it might work better for you.
Thanks, I tried it but still generates the error / warning. What does it
mean ? (CPU0: local APIC error 0x80)
It does however get rid of the "Unknown CPU family" error.
root@testamd:/usr/ports/sysutils/devcpu-data # x86info -a | head
Found 12 identical CPUs
Extended Family: 8 Extended Model: 0 Family: 15 Model: 1 Stepping: 1
CPU Model (x86info's best guess): AMD Zen Series Processor (ZP-B1)
Processor name string (BIOS programmed): AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Six-Core
Number of reporting banks : 7
Data cache check enabled
>> Also your diff is based on a previous version of the port. There was an
>> update since, with new microcode from Intel that gets clobbered in your
> The update to Intel microcode was reverted. So, possibly the tree you
> are using is out of date?
Ahh, yes. I must have grabbed the ports just before you backed it out
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