[lm-sensors] latest findings - my older posting from ~ 11 days ago / Tyan Tiger MoBo 2460
r.marek at sh.cvut.cz
Fri May 5 21:54:41 CEST 2006
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> No! The reset button does *not* cure the problem. This is different from
> "normal" behaviour"
>>Have you ACPI in kernel?
> Yes. Any info required on that?
Please mail dsdt.bin
cat /proc/acpi/dsdt > /tmp/dsdt.bin
>>Have you compiled/loaded/in kernel the thermal module?
And no support for "thermal" module (thermal is the module name or ACPI subsytem
option in kernel)
> It will :-(
> This is my homework, I'll be back with you as soon as I have results to tell.
>>1) obtain the smb base addr
>> AMD756_smba = xxx
>>Should be in your debug log, you may use value from older log because it
>>does not change. Alternatively you may also look into cat /proc/ioports
>>then you may use the isadump tool
>>isadump -f xxx
Please dont forget the 0x prefix before the address
>>while true; do i2cdump -y 0 0x2d b > /dev/null; done
You may insert here some sleep 1 maybe. But lets try without first.
> Thanks for helping that far. I will unload the debug kernel now as it spits
> about 400 MByte of i2c-debug logs into /var/log/messages.
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