Interesting. Issue 727 seems to be what I initially thought you had here.
(See Intel errata: SKZ7/SKW144/SKL150/SKX150/SKZ7/KBL095/KBW095 )
I suppose your BIOS might surface the problem differently. (I.e, you
disable XHCI, others disable Hyperthreading.)
For what it's worth, we're seeing problems like this on Windows 10
desktops, across the Sky, Kaby, Coffee, GoJumpInThe- Lake family.
And they're causing *interesting* problems all over the place, mostly in
the network stack. The fix was issued by Intel
right before the Meltdown/Spectre brouhaha, so it might have been missed in
your BIOS. Have you updated your BIOS?
Also, I didn't see on this email thread: Did you also disable
Hyperthreading? Does you BIOS allow?
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 6:00 PM, <de...@hyltown.com> wrote:
> Is this information somehow worth adding to the open issue, or does this
> amount to "me too" ?
> ----- On Feb 10, 2018, at 10:47 PM, Dewey de...@hyltown.com wrote:
> > With os_console set to ttya, following the procedure described here:
> > https://github.com/joyent/smartos-live/issues/727#
> > I was able to get all the way to SmartOS Setup. I haven't attempted to
> do the
> > actual installation yet, because this isn't the way I want to boot it
> > time.
> > What I found, which differs from what YanChii noticed, is that I need
> > disable-xhci=true nor moddebug to get this far. Typing this into the
> > is all that is needed for me:
> > ::bp -Dn 1 -c '.+0x95::bp -c "0>dx;::cont" ; ::cont'
> > :c
> > I am testing with: joyent_20180203T031130Z
> > Please let me know whether this helps, and how to proceed from here.
> > ----- On Feb 10, 2018, at 5:55 PM, Dewey de...@hyltown.com wrote:
> >> There is, indeed (it also has ps2 ports, which I did not realize). I
> >> to find what appears to be the proper cabling to go from header to db9;
> >> to find my old null modem stuff.
> >> Can you point me to the the docs I should start with, or is there
> >> very specific you'd like me to try first?
> >> ----- On Feb 10, 2018, at 2:39 PM, Robert Mustacchi r...@joyent.com
> >>> Is there a serial header that we can use for kmdb on that system? It
> >>> be useful to try and use the module auto load / breakpoint system
> >>> maybe disable the boot of other CPUs to try and debug.
> >>> Robert
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