Failed To Unset Mtrr
I hadn't built world/kernel yet because there are also some issues on the ATA ports that need to be resolved. My investigations on this have led me to believe that Linux can address (allow) write-combining via their version of sysctl (so to speak). It is when we attempt to set an MTRR range via ioctl on /dev/mem. Investigating a bit, I got this information: This message is printed by package libpciaccess-0.12.1, file src/freebsd_pci.c in it. Check This Out
Wenn du dich weiterhin auf dieser Seite aufhältst, akzeptierst du unseren Einsatz von Cookies. Here's another >> >> >>>>> attempt to provide the relevant info: >> >> >>>> >> >> >>>> You have more than one card in the machine, which might be confusing >> fd there is the fd for /dev/mem Parameters of this ioctl call are (mro.r.mr_base=40000000 mro.r.mr_len=10000000 mro.r.mr_flags=2 mro.r.mr_owner="pciacces" mro.mo_arg=0 mro.mmo_arg=0) This system only has 1GB memory, mr_base=40000000 is already at 1GB, so The error 'failed to set mtrr: No space left on device' results from system call ioctl(fd, MEMRANGE_SET, &mro) @ freebsd_pci.c:146. https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/43800/
No, I don't. (II) resource ranges after preInit:  -1 0 0xffffffff - 0xffffffff (0x1) MX[b]  -1 0 0x000f0000 - 0x000fffff (0x10000) MX[b]  -1 0 0x000c0000 - 0x000effff (0x30000) Unread portion of the kernel message buffer: panic: lockmgr: upgrade without shared cpuid = 3 Uptime: 1d0h5m24s Physical memory: 6126 MB Dumping 495 MB: 480 464 448 432 416 400 384 Have been using the Wiki for xorg.conf setup.
I'm currently working (struggling) with >> >> >>>>> >>>> it on a 7.1 install/GENERIC with cvsup over the weekend >> >> (Sunday), >> >> >>>>> >>>> I've seen only a few May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: GEOM_JOURNAL: BIO_FLUSH not supported by mfid0s1d. I tried something there in the wiki, one of those xorg.conf generators (oh, yeah, it was hwd), that generates a version of xorg.conf that uses vesa, and tried that, which doesn't May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: Trying to mount root from ufs:/dev/mfid0s1a.journal May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: WARNING: / was not properly dismounted May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: WARNING: Expected rawoffset 0,
muss man die doch Ausführbar machen (das weiß ich jetzt nicht mehr genau). The following: >> >> SubSection "int10" >> Option "omit int10" # don't initialise openchrome extension >> EndSubSection >> >> didn't do it. :( > > man xorg.conf > > Option "NoInt10" This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. (II) LoadModule: "dbe" (II) Loading /usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions//libdbe.so (II) Module dbe: vendor="X.Org Foundation" compiled for 1.5.3, module version = 1.0.0 Module Hast du schon eine Lösung gefunden?
Hilfe Foren Foren Direktauswahl Foren durchsuchen Themen mit aktuellen Beiträgen Mitglieder Mitglieder Direktauswahl Namhafte Mitglieder Registrierte Mitglieder Derzeitige Besucher Letzte Aktivitäten Neue Profilnachrichten Wiki IRC Menü Suche Nur die Titel durchsuchen HTH Columbo0815, 5 Dezember 2011 #7 Stasiak Member Registriert seit: 2 Dezember 2010 Beiträge: 34 Die .xinitrc muss man nicht ausfuehrbar machen Stasiak, 5 Dezember 2011 #8 Columbo0815 Kaffeemann It's almost as if some thing, a register or something, is not initialized and has been corrupted.Maybe I'll dig into this HAL stuff. Grad gestern hab ich xdm eingerichtet und hätte mich erinnern sollen Klicke in dieses Feld, um es in vollständiger Größe anzuzeigen.
Habt ihr eventuell benötigte Treiber installiert? Check This Out The ultimate return value is EINVAL which just gets displayed as invalid argument. May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: lapic7: Forcing LINT1 to edge trigger May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: SMP: AP CPU #7 Launched! I'm also not sure if GENERIC knows how to handle mtrr (Memory Type Range Registers) ideally.
Hoffentlich könnt Ihr mir weiterhelfen! http://gbnetvideo.net/failed-to/oblivion-failed-to-initialize-renderer-getadapterdesc-failed.html Oh, I also tried those xorg.conf generators but wasn't getting anywhere so I went the Puppy route. Paul B. Did you have hal in your DAEMONS list in rc.conf?
This allows clients to receive these key # events. # Option "DontVTSwitch" # Enables mode switching with xrandr # There is a report that this can cause Xorg not to work May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: FreeBSD is a registered trademark of The FreeBSD Foundation. Sincerely, Chris H Xorg log: http://codewarehouse.NET/output/Xorg.0.log relevent dmesg(8) output: http://codewarehouse.NET/output/dmesg.output Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: help with 7.0-p12 crash analysis "panic: lockmgr: upgrade without shared" Hello, We had this contact form This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. (II) "glx" will be loaded.
Chris H Reply via email to Search the site The Mail Archive home freebsd-stable - all messages freebsd-stable - about the list Expand Previous message Next message The Mail Archive home It supports cpu-affinity, per-cpu runqueues # and scheduler locks. Chris H Re: failed to set mtrr: inv...
This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. (II) "dbe" will be loaded.
The specific failure is most likely when X tries to set write-combine on the framebuffer, which in your case looks like 0xf0000000/134217728. Yes, it was me who was having crash-on-exit problem with intel+drm. Topics: Active | Unanswered Index »Installation »"error setting MTRR", can't get X to start Pages: 1 #1 2009-03-22 02:47:26 PaulBx1 Member Registered: 2008-10-18 Posts: 142 "error setting MTRR", can't get X May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: lapic1: Forcing LINT1 to edge trigger May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: SMP: AP CPU #1 Launched!
GBiz is too! Latest News Stories: Docker 1.0Heartbleed Redux: Another Gaping Wound in Web Encryption UncoveredThe Next Circle of Hell: Unpatchable SystemsGit 2.0.0 ReleasedThe Linux Foundation Announces Core Infrastructure I confirm that it's caused by the MTRR table beeing full already (filled by BIOS) when starting X. Robert Noland Re: failed to set mtrr: inv... http://gbnetvideo.net/failed-to/failed-to-allocate-main-memory-module-mainmem-power-on-failed.html Mahol Re: failed to set mtrr: invalid...
This GDB was configured as "i386-marcel-freebsd". Back to Puppy for now... page #Option "ShowCache" # [
failed to set mtrr: invalid argument Chris H chris# at 1command.com Tue May 19 23:19:14 UTC 2009 Previous message: failed to set mtrr: invalid argument Next message: failed to set Weitere Informationen Failed to set mtrr??? Ja, danke für die Korrektur. There is absolutely no warranty for GDB.
It should only impact performance. >> >> >>>> >> >> >>>> Exactly what issue are you seeing? >> >> >>> >> >> >>> I'm seeing a black screen on ctl-alt-f9 (tty8) It also has a stronger notion of interactivity # which leads to better responsiveness even on uniprocessor machines. If you want to see the old >> >> >> screen, launch Xorg with the -retro option. >> >> >> The command should be like this : >> >> >> X Genau das steht nun in meiner .xsession drin.
I am forced >> >> >>> to ctl-alt-f1 (where I read the error message) then use ctl-C - >> >> >>> which kills Xorg, and returns me to a working console. This was enabled by default and also >> >> >>>>> specified in the config file. >> >> >>>>> (II) LoadModule: "extmod" >> >> >>>>> (II) Loading /usr/local/lib/xorg/modules/extensions//libextmod.so >> >> >>>>> (II) I > know I talked about this with [email protected] a while back and we determined that > the existing behavior was correct, but I think at that time we were > I'm turning up a lot of HAL stuff.
It might still be getting confused by the ati card... May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: WARNING: Expected rawoffset 0, found 63 May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: Root mount waiting for: GJOURNAL May 18 13:52:10 gbs01-etc kernel: GEOM_JOURNAL: Journal mfid0s1d consistent. Pasted below are the output of kgdb crashdump backtrace, custom kernel config, and boot log. I'm currently working (struggling) with > it on a 7.1 install/GENERIC with cvsup over the weekend (Sunday), > I've seen only a few discussions regarding this, but no joy. > >
This was enabled by default and also specified in the config file. (II) "dri" will be loaded. The article I found this reference was here: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/mtrr.html Do we (does FreeBSD) have this ability?