I think it's worth dropping a line into the github thread. The
information that you've booted without the need of moddebug and
disable-xhci might be useful for others.
On 13. 2. 2018 0:00, de...@hyltown.com wrote:
Is this information somehow worth adding to the open issue, or does this just
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:
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 every
What I found, which differs from what YanChii noticed, is that I need neither
disable-xhci=true nor moddebug to get this far. Typing this into the debugger
is all that is needed for me:
::bp -Dn 1 -c '.+0x95::bp -c "0>dx;::cont" ; ::cont' acpica`AcpiOsWritePort
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 managed
to find what appears to be the proper cabling to go from header to db9; now
to find my old null modem stuff.
Can you point me to the the docs I should start with, or is there something
very specific you'd like me to try first?
----- On Feb 10, 2018, at 2:39 PM, Robert Mustacchi r...@joyent.com wrote:
Is there a serial header that we can use for kmdb on that system? It may
be useful to try and use the module auto load / breakpoint system and/or
maybe disable the boot of other CPUs to try and debug.
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