[adding current@ to the list; that's where my part of this thread started]
On Sunday, 12 January 2003 at 23:16:14 -0700, M. Warner Losh wrote:
> In message: <20030113050757.GN1120@wantadilla.lemis.com>
> "Greg 'groggy' Lehey" <grog@FreeBSD.org> writes:
>> On Sunday, 12 January 2003 at 22:01:18 -0700, M. Warner Losh wrote:
>>> In message: <20030113020513.GI1120@wantadilla.lemis.com>
>>> "Greg 'groggy' Lehey" <grog@FreeBSD.org> writes:
>>>> I tried this method. It didn't help. But then, my problem is
>>>> different: it freezes under load, and maybe it's not likely that this
>>>> would help. I have ddb in the kernel, but the machine goes completely
>>>> dead, so I can't get in to it. The machine is a Dell Inspiron 7500.
>>>> I'm attaching the complete dmesg.
>>> Freezing up under load won't be helped by the change. It would only,
>>> potentially, fix the panics that were seen. I'm ENOCLUE why things
>>> would be bad under load.
>> Any idea where I should look? Or why it's reporting the wrong media
>> options? Could the issues be related?
> I don't know. I'd talk to someone who knows the underlying hardware a
> bit better. While it is possible that the CardBus layer has an issue,
> it is more likely a quirk of the hardware...
FWIW, it works fine under 4.x, and it didn't show exactly these
problems in earlier versions of -CURRENT.
Does anybody else still have an Inspiron 7500 and use CURRENT and
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