On Tue, Jul 09, 2002 at 04:29:03AM +0900, Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote:
> Hi,
> > I just got myself an IBM Thinkpad T30, most things work fine on -STABLE 
> > (trying to get specs from IBM for the rest), but -CURRENT won't boot with 
> > ACPI enabled.  I'd be glad to track that down, but I have no clue where to 
> > start, nor do I have any more than a passing knowledge of ACPI.  I could 
> > disable it and boot -CURRENT (and install works fine since there's no ACPI 
> > there), but things go wrong as soon as the kernel touches UFS.  This 
> [snip]
> db> trace
> crfree(73cc3000,c04aa2e0,5,0,d68cb6e4) at crfree+0x8
> getnewbuf(0,0,800,4000,4000) at getnewbuf+0x187
> getblk(c4236a00,0,0,800,0) at getblk+0x269
> breadn(c4236a00,0,0,800,0) at breadn+0x2f
> bread(c4236a00,0,0,800,0) at bread+0x20
> ffs_blkatoff(c4236a00,0,0,0,d68cb848) at ffs_blkatoff+0xb2
> ufs_lookup(d68cb970,d68cb9ac,c029c751,d68cb970,c4236e74) at ufs_lookup+0x32a

I really doubt that this is the problem.  The kernel I was using was less 
than 2 days old, and the only change in ufs in that timeframe was a printf 
format error fix.  Besides, the same problem was happening over a sampling 
of GENERICs in 2 months, which strongly indicate that this problem is 
feature and/or hardware specific.


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