Ok, thanks for the info... But this begs the question: Why does the
code limit maxdeps to 8?
On Sun, Dec 24, 2000 at 11:50:13AM -0800, Mike Smith wrote:
> > Last night I installed a kernel with 'device acpica' for the 1st
> > time, and all seems fine, except that I see this at boot:
> > too many dependant configs
> > I traced this message to /usr/src/sys/dev/acpica/acpi_isa.c, function
> > acpi_isa_set_start_dependant().
> > Now, I have not had any indication of errors during ISA bus enumeration
> > before, so why should I get this from the ACPI isa bus enumeration?
> It just means that you have a device with more configuration options than
> our code can deal with; we just ignore the extra options.
> > Doesn't seem to hurt anything, but I'm curious (and ACPI-ignorant) :)
> This part is just like BIOS PnP. The warning indicates that we're losing
> possibly-useful information, but if things are still working, all is well.
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