On Sun, May 10, 2009 at 9:52 PM, Glen Barber <glen.j.bar...@gmail.com>wrote:

> On Sun, May 10, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Michel Di Croci
> <michel.dicr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello!
> >
> > When I boot, it takes about 5 mins before being up and running. Since
> it's
> > my first FreeBSD, I didn't thought there was an issue, but I think
> there's
> > one ;)
> >
> > I have a P4 2.8 HT which is too bad computer and I really think the issue
> is
> > in freeBSD and the Giant Locked and stuff like that. The computer stays
> in a
> > waiting "mode" for about 3 minutes or something like that. It's
> unbearable,
> > however, since I reboot like once in a month, it's not that bad ;) But
> I'm
> > still wondering why it's so slow.
> >
> > I have compiled my own kernel, removed driver I don't use but I kept all
> usb
> > drivers. Like I told you, it's really the USB part that seems to be long
> to
> > load. It's like it's waiting for a stabilization mode that is never
> coming.
> >
> > Anyone had that kind of issue? I'm running 7.2 and it's been there since
> the
> > installation with 7.1.
> >
>
> Did it hang with GENERIC?  If not, do a diff on your config and the
> GENERIC config, and paste it for us.
>

If I remember correctly, yes but I don,t remember. Can you tell me if I
don't want to lose my actual kernel, how can I make a new kernel and install
it not as principal one.


>
> (On a side note, is your machine's `hostname` in /etc/hosts?  I've had
> a problem with sendmail hanging for some time because the hostname was
> not resolvable.  Just a side-thought.)
>

Yes it is in. And it's not the sendmail that is slow, it's the detection /
kernel step... not the service steps.

Michel


>
> --
> Glen Barber
>
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