Bug #2052

Kernel panic: CPU APIC ID out of range

Added by andrej almost 3 years ago. Updated almost 3 years ago.

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Hello,

booting DragonFly BSD from a CD ends with a kernel panic. A screenshot of the console is attached. The machine is a Dell PowerEdge M610 blade. The same problem occurs on both of our M610s, one with older 45nm Xeons and one with newer 32nm Xeons. I'd like to run some performance benchmarks of the Hammer file system on the machines, so a fully working SMP system with ACPI support is probably needed. If you need more debugging information, please let me know how to get it. A piece of advice on how to circumvent this issue would be very helpful. :-)

Andrej

panic.png (19.5 KB) andrej, 04/21/2011 12:38 PM

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#1 Updated by sepherosa almost 3 years ago

On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 8:37 PM, Andrej Podzimek <> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> booting DragonFly BSD from a CD ends with a kernel panic. A screenshot of
> the console is attached. The machine is a Dell PowerEdge M610 blade. The
> same problem occurs on both of our M610s, one with older 45nm Xeons and one
> with newer 32nm Xeons. I'd like to run some performance benchmarks of the
> Hammer file system on the machines, so a fully working SMP system with ACPI
> support is probably needed. If you need more debugging information, please
> let me know how to get it. A piece of advice on how to circumvent this issue
> would be very helpful. :-)

Which CD did you use? "CPU APIC ID" does not exist in the code base at all.

I suggest you to try:
http://avalon.dragonflybsd.org/snapshots/x86_64/DragonFly-x86_64-LATEST-ISO.iso.bz2

Best Regards,
sephe

#2 Updated by andrej almost 3 years ago

>> booting DragonFly BSD from a CD ends with a kernel panic. A screenshot of
>> the console is attached. The machine is a Dell PowerEdge M610 blade. The
>> same problem occurs on both of our M610s, one with older 45nm Xeons and one
>> with newer 32nm Xeons. I'd like to run some performance benchmarks of the
>> Hammer file system on the machines, so a fully working SMP system with ACPI
>> support is probably needed. If you need more debugging information, please
>> let me know how to get it. A piece of advice on how to circumvent this issue
>> would be very helpful. :-)
>
> Which CD did you use? "CPU APIC ID" does not exist in the code base at all.
>
> I suggest you to try:
> http://avalon.dragonflybsd.org/snapshots/x86_64/DragonFly-x86_64-LATEST-ISO.iso.bz2

Thank you for your suggestion. The CD I tried before was dfly-x86_64-2.8.2_REL.iso. With the CD you suggest, the boot process freezes due to a problem with the keyboard driver (screenshot attached).

The keyboard is somehow emulated by Dell's iDRAC and the remote console software, so it's not a common piece of hardware. But both Linux and OpenIndiana run just fine on the same machine.

Andrej

#3 Updated by swildner almost 3 years ago

On Thu, 21 Apr 2011 18:21:33 +0200, Andrej Podzimek <>
wrote:

>> I suggest you to try:
>> http://avalon.dragonflybsd.org/snapshots/x86_64/DragonFly-x86_64-LATEST-ISO.iso.bz2
>
> Thank you for your suggestion. The CD I tried before was
> dfly-x86_64-2.8.2_REL.iso. With the CD you suggest, the boot process
> freezes due to a problem with the keyboard driver (screenshot attached).
>
> The keyboard is somehow emulated by Dell's iDRAC and the remote console
> software, so it's not a common piece of hardware. But both Linux and
> OpenIndiana run just fine on the same machine.

Are you sure it's a atkbd issue? Can you try booting verbosely and see if
it outputs more?

Sascha

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