#41 EPIA: reboot is not possible

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2012-10-28
2006-02-27
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An reboot is not possible. The system hang after the
message: Shutting down ACPI.

Shutdown is working. There is a message (only short
visible before power off) like: Power off using ACPI...

Isf the ACPI is dissabled the reboot is possible but no
power off.

Attached the output from dmesg.

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  • epia_user
    epia_user
    2006-02-27

    output from dmesg

     
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  • Armelk
    Armelk
    2006-02-27

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    Hello,

    wich Epia do you have ?
    I use the Epia MII and I have no issue, please check your
    bios and the value in the bios.

    Thanks for your feedback

    Armelk

     
  • epia_user
    epia_user
    2006-02-27

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    I use a EPIA ML6000EA with the latest offical BIOS 1.01. But
    the same trouble occurs with an older EPIA ME6000 (BIOS 1.0F).

    Whitch BIOS settings could be useful? There are not many
    posibilties.

     
  • Armelk
    Armelk
    2006-02-28

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    Good Morning,

    please find below my settingd in the Power Management Menu :

    ACPI Suspend Type : S3 (STR)
    HDD PowerDown : Disabled
    Power Management Timer : Disabled
    Video Off Option : Always On
    Power Off by PWRBTN : Instant-Off
    Run VGABIOS If S3 Resume : Off

    In the menu Peripherals Activities :
    VGA Event : Off
    LTP & Com Event : NONE
    HDD & FDD Event : Off
    PCI Master Event : Off
    PS2KB Wakeup Select : Hot Key
    PS2MS Wakeup From S3/S4/S5 : Disabled
    PS2KB Wakeup From S3/S4/S5 : Disabled
    USB Resume : Disabled
    PowerIn by PCI Card : Disabled
    Wake on Lan/RING Connector : Disabled
    RTC Alarm Resume : Disabled

    In the menu IRQs Activities :
    Primary INTR : On
    All IRQs are Disabled except IRQ13 and IRQ14

    I disable LTP, COM, USB Ports for my NAS

    I hope this infos solve your issue

    Have a nice day

    Armelk

     
  • epia_user
    epia_user
    2006-02-28

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    Thanks for your information.

    My settings was nearly the same like yours. I tryed yours
    and also some other settings without success.

    I also searched a little bit in the freeBSD-Bugtracker.
    There are some reports with this issue (other boards, other
    BSD-versions). But i found no solution.
    The most of them was connected to the usb and the acpi
    kernel modul. But in freenas the usb driver is not used as
    module(?).

    In some reports the problem occurs if a filesystem mounted
    from an usb device. In my case i boot from the USB-stick. So
    i tryed to unmount /dev/da0s1 and reboot after that. Also
    without success.

     
  • stefan
    stefan
    2006-03-01

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    It might not help, but I have the same problems using a
    ML6000EA. I also boot from USB.

     
  • Armelk
    Armelk
    2006-03-01

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    Hello,

    I boot on the Disk On Chip 32Mo(IDE Interface)
    I check with a USB Key and on my Epia M II, the boot on USB
    Key Doesn't work.

    If you boot on the CD, the reboot works or not ?
    If yes, the problem is in the ACPI with the USB Controler.

    Have a nice day

    Armelk

     
  • epia_user
    epia_user
    2006-03-01

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    Hello,

    I can only use a USB CD drive. I don't have a IDE CD drive
    available.

    But the NAS should running whithout reboot. So this issue is
    not an major problem. The problem described in 1437786 is
    more important I think.

    If I have a other epia system available I will check the
    reboot problem with a freeBSD system (may be in two or tree
    weeks). At the moment I have only linux runing with epia.

     
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    Do you know if it's a FreeNAS problem or a general FreeBSD ?

     
  • epia_user
    epia_user
    2006-03-03

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    I think it is a general freeBSD problem. I will check this
    asap (installing a freeBSD system and try to reboot).

     
  • stefan
    stefan
    2006-03-06

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    Switched from USB boot to IDE CF boot on my Epia ML6000EA -
    now everything is fine.

    This seems to be related to USB only

     
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    Oups... forget to close 'this resolved by you' old ticket.