Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 810578
Wrong function call affecting Magny-Cours and Interlagos CPUs
Last modified: 2013-08-01 06:57:14 EDT
Description of problem:
It seems that the latest build of Fedora RC3 Dated April 4, 2012 has a small bug upon but, if a box is using a Magny-Cours or Interlagos CPU the user will be presented with a series of warnings of the following nature:
"0.002999 NUMA corenumber 1 differs from configured number 0"
A series of the above errors will follow the screen considering the core count and finally go to its normal routine then the system boots normally. I am pointing this out to get a cleaner release. The link bellow will give you guys a pointer to fix this bug at the acpi and cpu header files.
I hope this is helpful and let me know if some of you are able to replicate the bug. Thanks in advance.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
I tried with four identical boxes using Magny-Cours CPU and they all present the same signs upon booting from the GRUB loader.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Load Fedora 17
2.While leaving the GRUB loader screen the errors/warning will appear in console.
3.The system boots normally after that.
Hope a patch can be included in the final release. Look at my link, hope it help troubleshoot.
Patch included in the final release of Fedora 17
Additional info: Here is a YOUTUBE video showing the problem live.
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