ACPI problems with this morning's -CURRENT

From: Damian Gerow <>
Date: Sun, 7 Sep 2003 22:23:45 -0400
I set up a box yesterday to play with -CURRENT on.  I used the 2003-09-06
snapshot code from  Initial setup and boot
worked just fine, but when I did a rebuild/reboot last night, this is what I

    pmap_mapdev: Couldn't alloc kernel virtual memory

So thinking I missed some kernel options, I pulled a couple of things, did
another cvsup/rebuild/reboot this morning, and got the same thing.  I know
that various people have been having ongoing issues with ACPI, but this is
the first problem I've had with it (I have a couple of other boxen running

I was able to fix it (and discover that it was ACPI related) by finding this
post (even though it's two years old):


The difference is that I'm seeing the pmap_mapdev error immediately after it
spits out the 'real memory' and 'avail memory' lines.

This is being run on a DFI CD70-SC, 512MB DDR SDRAM, with a Via C3 Nehemiah.
Received on Sun Sep 07 2003 - 17:23:53 UTC

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