Re: chronic "powerd: shutdown execution failed" problem on U10
On Mon, 2003-08-11 at 22:53, David S. Miller wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Aug 2003 19:54:24 -0400
> Ben Collins <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Sounds to me like the power button on the front is stuck or something.
> That's my guess too. The only time powerd should ever try to
> execute shutdown() is when the power button interrupt arrives.
Dave (and Ben), thanks for assistance.
> There was a bug at one point where we'd try to intercept power
> button interrupts on machines where the interrupt line was not
> hooked up properly, but that is not relevant in this case because
> all Ultra10 systems are sane in this area.
> Can you show me what /proc/interrupts looks like on your system?
> I think I might know what is wrong, and if I'm right this is a
> symptom of a larger problem I've been meaning to fix wrt. interrupt
0: 22178677 timer:dead
4: 234945 su(mouse):7ea, ide0:7e0
5: 77388 eth0:7e1
9: 2126 su(kbd):7e9
10: 211 usb-ohci:7d4, usb-ohci:7d5
12: 4 serial(sab82532):7eb
13: 0 cs4231:7e3
14: 0 cs4231:7e4
15: 2898143 SABRE UE:7ee, SABRE CE:7ef, SABRE PCIERR:7f0, power:7e5
(kernel 2.4.21 from Debian)
Modules loaded are ide-cd, cdrom, openprom, lp, parport, printer (part
of usb), appletalk (for netatalk), cs4231, and audio. cs4231,
appletalk, and printer are forced; rest are auto-loaded. modules.conf
is unchanged from sid.
-- thanks, SP