Umarzuki Mochlis wrote: > Whenever i run the command poweroff, it reboot instead of shutdown. > this kFreeBSD installation is running on a VMware Player 3.0.1 > > # uname -r > 7.3-1-686 > > # cat /etc/debian_version > squeeze/sid On kvm I get the same with the 7.3-1-686.kernel. However, with the 8.0-1-686 kernel the system does power off. It could be related to that when this system uses the 7.3-1-686 kernel it can't load modules including on boot, /var/log/dmesg: [snip] #0 Tue Jun 8 15:33:39 UTC 2010 i386 link_elf: symbol __stack_chk_fail undefined KLD file acpi.ko - could not finalize loading [then acpi's not mentioned again] # kldload pf kldload: can't load pf: No such file or directory Whereas in 8.0-1-686 kernel, /var/log/dmesg: [snip until first mention of acpi] ACPI APIC Table: <QEMU QEMUAPIC> ioapic0: Changing APIC ID to 1 ioapic0 <Version 1.1> irqs 0-23 on motherboard kbd1 at kbdmux0 acpi0: <QEMU QEMURSDT> on motherboard acpi0: [ITHREAD] acpi0: Power Button (fixed) [acpi continues to be mentioned] # kldstat | grep pf # kldload pf # kldstat | grep pf 2 1 0xc41e1000 38000 pf.ko > During bootup, I saw these messages: > ERROR: no hit for procs_running > ERROR: no hit for procs_blocked In kvm I get this for the 8.0-1-686 and the 7.3-1-686 kernel. > Is this a known issue or simply because I'm using VMware? Try the 8.0-1-686 kernel and see what you get. # apt-get install kfreebsd-image-8-686 I'd like to know if others are experiencing these issues. While we are this subject, on kvm I get this message repeated over and over: acd0: FAILURE - unknown CMD (0x03) ILLEGAL REQUEST asc=0x20 ascq=0x00 It was reported as a bug but the submitter couldn't reproduce it after updates (I can reproduce it every time!): http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=565550 The error message isn't limited to kFreeBSD: http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=4928 Does the problem lie with kvm or kfreebsd? Another problem I have is that if I reboot then on booting again the system (7.3 or 8.0 kernel) has trouble with usbus0: Root mount waiting for: usbus0 And then gives "ROOT MOUNT ERROR" and drops to "mountroot>". Is this a kvm bug and/or something that can be fixed in kfreebsd? Regards, Mike.
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