[lm-sensors] possible ACPI vs w83627hf conflict, causing FS corruption! (was LM_Sensors/Kernel problems)
Hans de Goede
j.w.r.degoede at hhs.nl
Wed Sep 26 15:13:50 CEST 2007
> G'day all,
> I'm having problems with what seems to be lm_sensors and the kernel
> having an argument in fedora! Instead of re-writing the content of my
> posts to fedora forum and bugzilla I will post the links here if that is
> ok? If anyone could help me resolve this issue I'd appreciate it!
> lm_sensors isnt vital for my system but it is handy!
> Fedora 7, (Linux JamesFedora 126.96.36.199-76.fc7 #1 SMP Thu Aug 30 13:47:21
> EDT 2007 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux)
> Original questions on:
> Reported to bugzilla about lm_sensors but then moved as explained...
> Can I provide any more information to help the problem?
> I've temporarily disabled lm_sensors to try to prevent filesystem damage
> while im work on an important document, in a week or so I can continue
> testing it.
Indeed there is no need to type your Fedora report again, but next time please
copy and paste it for reader convenience (I've done that for you now):
Description of problem:
System freezes completely. Scanning logs only turns up kernel null-pointer bugs
that appear to be linked in to the sensors files....see my post
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Random, but a couple of times per day. Causes file system damage when the system
has locked up and needs a hard reset.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Impossible to tell, however usually doing something fairly intensive when it
occurs, but never in the same package. Always listening to music over and NFS
shared mount at the time.
I'm not sure if this is an lm_sensors fault, but it seems that the last sys file
used every time is the hardware monitor file:
More information about the lm-sensors