On Wed, Aug 21, 2002 at 02:48:38PM +0200, Martin Blapp wrote:
> Hi,
> As reported, Brian and I did see SIG4 and SIG11 during make buildworlds.
> I've replaced everything, two - three times, the problem persisted.
> I also tried three motherboards, but all from the same type:
> Intel BD843BG with DDR 266 Ram (2100).
> Just for interest, I've replaced this Mobo now with an Asus P4B533-V
> board. All segfaults and illegal instructions are gone now.
> So it seems to be specific to the Intel board. BIOS update did not
> help. Change timing settings also not. The default settings produce
> these errors. It happens rarely on STABLE, often on CURRENT.
> What issue could this be with the Intel manufacured board ? Is it
> a design issue, or could it still be a FreeBSD bug ?
> Both Mobo's use the same i845 chipset, and use the same Ram.
> Can anyone who experienced those coredumps send me a exact list
> of used chipsets ?

Hi Martin,

I have a P4 mobile in my laptop and also had this behaviour for a certain
-current window last week (the time I got the laptop).  (Dell C640)
Now it is gone. I'm sorry, I don't have an exact date/commit.

It has the Intel Mobile 845MP chipset.


Mark Santcroos                          RIPE Network Coordination Centre
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