Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 80987
[acpi] Poweroff doesn't work on Intel SE7500WV2 MB
Last modified: 2013-07-02 22:09:06 EDT
Poweroff doesn't turn off the power on Intel
SE7500WV2 MB. Poweroff works fine under RedHat
7.3 running the 2.4.18-19.7.x kernel with ACPI
patch on the same hardare.
Created attachment 89194 [details]
The ACPI patch 20021212.
Here is an ACPI patch 20021212 ported to beta3 kernel.
Created attachment 89195 [details]
A patch to fix SMP
This patch fixes ACPI for SMP.
I uploaded 2 ACPI patches to replace
Now at least I can power off my machine.
Created attachment 89366 [details]
An updated patch for SMP
The new patch fixes the problem of the UP kernel
on SMP MB when ACPI and local IO APIC are enabled.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 82120 ***
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 82123 ***
Poweroff still doesn't work with beta4. SE7500WV2 needs a
working ACPI for poweroff. Turning off ACPI is not a solution
for this bug.
hjl: I am confused how the patches attached to this bug would fix poweroff,
since they are related to IRQ configuration at init.
I'd love to fix ACPI poweroff once and for all, so if you have the answer, I'm
My patch fixes ACPI on SMP so that ACPI can be turned on.
It is against an old ACPI patch. I don't know if it is
still needed. I no longer have access to SE7500WV2 to
I have a SE7501WV2. I tried 2.6.0-test2 and 2.4.22-pre8. Both shutdown
Is that close enough to close this bug as WORKSFORME?
The problem is RedHat kernel doesn't support ACPI. It can be
closed when a released RedHat kernel has ACPI support.
Actually it does - the Severn beta release includes ACPI.
Didn't one of Shrike alphas/beta kernels include ACPI? I don't believe
ACPI is in the final kernel in Shrike.
Shrike is a long time ago, yes :)
But we have turned on ACPI again, and have got Intel folks actively looking at
Just to bring this bug up to date a little, Severn kernel is now based on
2.4.22-ac1, which has the big acpi updates that were backported. A number of
issues remain, including this one, which means that it will be disabled unless
you boot with acpi=on.
Every test box I've tried so far refuses to power off with acpi, so this bug is
still very much alive.
> Every test box I've tried so far refuses to power off with acpi,
> so this bug is still very much alive.
Dave, 6 months later now, is this still true?
Thanks for the bug report. However, Red Hat no longer maintains this version of
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