> >  - What power management hardware your system has: look at the output of
> >    pciconf -lv for a "power management controller", eg:
> > 
> This machine has no separate controller. Attached is the complete output
> of "pciconf -lv"

That's OK; I can probably safely assume it's the M1533 device.

> >  - which timecounter is in use on your system, eg:
> > 
> > mass# sysctl kern.timecounter.hardware
> > kern.timecounter.hardware: ACPI
> During the Off/2 errors this variable contained "ACPI"

Ok, so far so good.

> >  - whether you are seeing any "*time went backwards" console messages.
> Tons of, even with negative CPU-Usage times.

Ok, I think we have the enemy in sight.  Can you please say:

set debug.acpi.timer_test="yes"

at the loader prompt and boot?  Ideally, you'll get a message "timer is 
not monotonic", followed by some numbers.  If this is the case, then I 
need to get "smarter" with the ACPI timer probe.


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