Bug #1647

ACPI Exception: AE_NOT_ACQUIRED

Added by eocallaghan over 4 years ago. Updated almost 4 years ago.

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Description

When booting a Compaq Presario CQ61-311A, in dmesg we have a stream of the
following warnings:

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ACPI Warning: Cannot release the ACPI Global Lock, it has not been acquired
20090521 evmisc-629
ACPI Exception: AE_NOT_ACQUIRED, Could not release the Global Lock 20090521
exutils-426

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repeats..

History

#1 Updated by swildner over 4 years ago

This is x86_64, right?

At least I get those messages too on my x86_64 laptop.

#2 Updated by eocallaghan over 4 years ago

That's correct, its a 64Bit laptop. If you google that model your find the full
specs.

#3 Updated by thomas.nikolajsen about 4 years ago

Which DragonFly did you run:
DragonFly/i386 or DragonFly/x86_64 ?
(both are possible on current 64bit systems)

Also: which version 2.4-release, head or ..?

This issue also seems like what you reported in issue 1589;
it might be worth following up on that.

See kernconf(5) & build(8) for a bit more info on
platform/arch supported in DragonFly.

#4 Updated by eocallaghan about 4 years ago

64Bit, Head.

1589 was another issue, this looks to be somewhere else as the patch in 1589 was
already applied and solved the message on that hw from memory.

Cheers,
Edward.

#5 Updated by thomas.nikolajsen about 4 years ago

I guess you were running DragonFly/x86_64, right?
(I don't see it from your answer in prev. message)

Please update issue 1589 with info in your prev. message.

#6 Updated by eocallaghan about 4 years ago

Can someone try this patch please?
I no longer have access to the hardware and would like to see this fixed.

http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~evocallaghan/acpi_ec.c.patch

Cheers,
Edward.

#7 Updated by Beket about 4 years ago

Comitted.
bad4df85cb6890eafe9a7a98b4be4f3ab710dc8e

#8 Updated by Beket about 4 years ago

Reopening, what I committed is actually a fix to a regression introduce (I
think) with ac779aee61cac... ~Feb 14

#9 Updated by eocallaghan almost 4 years ago

Fixed in commit d21705bcc1c27c7b99fbd88bf6cb34a58add4666
Many thanks to Sascha Wildner!

Regards,

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