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Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install

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Hi All!

I wanted to learn Solaris 11 so I have installed it on my laptop. However, after adding Gnome to the system by pkg install slim_install my system suddenly reboots after some time of work.

In my /var/adm/messages I have found:
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 478202 kern.notice] kernel memory allocator:+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 432124 kern.notice] buffer freed to wrong cache+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 815666 kern.notice] buffer was allocated from kmem_alloc_64,+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 815666 kern.notice] buffer was allocated from kmem_alloc_64,+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 563406 kern.notice] buffer=ffffc10021d4ea80 bufctl=0 cache: kmem_alloc_8+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris unix: [ID 836849 kern.notice]+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris ^Mpanic[cpu0]/thread=fffffffc804a5c20:+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 812275 kern.notice] kernel heap corruption detected+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris unix: [ID 100000 kern.notice]+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 655072 kern.notice] fffffffc804a5960 genunix:kmem_error+4f6+
+Dec 23 00:12:05 solaris genunix: [ID 655072 kern.notice] fffffffc804a59b0 genunix:kmem_slab_free+2e1+

Does anybody have a clue how to sort it out? I am a total newbie in the subject of this system. I am using
Dec +23 00:12:33 solaris genunix: [ID 540533 kern.notice] ^MSunOS Release 5.11 Version 11.1 64-bit+

Kind regards
Piotr

Edited by: 978419 on 2012-12-24 01:02
  • 1. Re: Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install
    bandit84 Newbie
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    Dell d820? Try installing it on a different computer. It might be a simple case of unsupported hardware. I'm running it under a VM on my macbook pro.
  • 2. Re: Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install
    981422 Newbie
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    I would love to solve it like that :) The problem is that I don't have another machine so it's only a question of installing either Windows with VirtualBox or Solaris 11.1 as a native system which is the option I was interested in.
  • 3. Re: Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install
    cindys Pro
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    I would not expect the system to panic by installing an install pkg over an installed system.

    In general, we recommend these steps to add the GNOME desktop stuff:

    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23824_01/html/E24456/glnye.html#glulc

    I'm curious what FMA says about the panic, which you can view here:

    # fmadm faulty
    # fmdump

    Let us know if this provides any info.

    Thanks, Cindy
  • 4. Re: Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install
    981422 Newbie
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    Thank you Cindy for your answer.

    I did as it was in the Oracle doc once again but same thing happens every time. I have even tried with the Live DVD but the system reboots as it previously did.

    What I got from the commands you adviced is:
    globdan@solaris:~$ sudo fmadm faulty
    Password:
    --------------- ------------------------------------  -------------- ---------
    TIME            EVENT-ID                              MSG-ID         SEVERITY
    --------------- ------------------------------------  -------------- ---------
    Dec 29 13:11:28 6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c  SUNOS-8000-KL  Major

    Problem Status    : solved
    Diag Engine       : software-diagnosis / 0.1
    System
    Manufacturer  : Intel_ASF
    Name          : Intel_ASF
    Part_Number   : Dell_ASF_001
    Serial_Number : Intel_ASF

    System Component
    Manufacturer  : Dell-Inc.
    Name          : Latitude-D820
    Part_Number   : unknown
    Serial_Number : F2ZF03J
    Host_ID       : 004241ea

    ----------------------------------------
    Suspect 1 of 1 :
    Fault class : defect.sunos.kernel.panic
    Certainty   : 100%
    Affects     : sw:///:path=/var/crash/.6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c
    Status      : faulted but still in service

    Description : The system has rebooted after a kernel panic.

    Response    : The failed system image was dumped to the dump device.  If
    savecore is enabled (see dumpadm(1M)) a copy of the dump will be
    written to the savecore directory /var/crash.

    Impact      : There may be some performance impact while the panic is copied to
    the savecore directory.  Disk space usage by panics can be
    substantial.

    Action      : Use 'fmadm faulty' to provide a more detailed view of this event.
    If savecore is not enabled then please take steps to preserve the
    crash image. Use 'fmdump -Vp -u
    +6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c' to view more panic detail.+
    Please refer to the associated reference document at
    http://support.oracle.com/msg/SUNOS-8000-KL for the latest
    service procedures and policies regarding this diagnosis.

    globdan@solaris:~$ fmdump
    TIME                 UUID                                 SUNW-MSG-ID EVENT
    Dec 29 13:11:28.8832 6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c SUNOS-8000-KL Diagnosed

    Kind regards
    Piotr
  • 5. Re: Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install
    cindys Pro
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    See if there is any more clues in this output:

    # fmdump -Vp -u
    6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c

    You might need to pipe the above to more if its too verbose.

    My hunch is that installing the desktop pkgs is exercising some additional memory
    that is faulty and is causing the panic.

    I would also check the Solaris 11.1 release notes to see if a problem like this is
    documented.

    Thanks, Cindy
  • 6. Re: Solaris 11.1 on Dell d820 reboots after slim_install
    981422 Newbie
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    Cindy,

    the result of the command adviced is:

    globdan@solaris:~$ fmdump -Vp -u 6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c
    TIME                           UUID                                 SUNW-MSG-ID
    Dec 29 2012 13:11:28.883294000 6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c SUNOS-8000-KL

    TIME                 CLASS                                 ENA
    Dec 29 13:11:28.5422 ireport.os.sunos.panic.dump_available 0x0000000000000000
    Dec 29 13:10:00.9648 ireport.os.sunos.panic.dump_pending_on_device 0x0000000000000000

    nvlist version: 0
    +     version = 0x0+
    +     class = list.suspect+
    +     uuid = 6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c+
    +     code = SUNOS-8000-KL+
    +     diag-time = 1356783088 706457+
    +     de = fmd:///module/software-diagnosis+
    +     fault-list-sz = 0x1+
    +     __case_state = 0x1+
    +     topo-uuid = 436b5b4b-5e1f-cf30-d5b6-9fd01ed6c016+
    +     fault-list = (array of embedded nvlists)+
    +     (start fault-list[0])+
    +     nvlist version: 0+
    +          version = 0x0+
    +          class = defect.sunos.kernel.panic+
    +          certainty = 0x64+
    +          asru = sw:///:path=/var/crash/.6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c+
    +          resource = sw:///:path=/var/crash/.6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c+
    +          savecore-succcess = 1+
    +          dump-dir = /var/crash+
    +          dump-files = vmdump.1+
    +          os-instance-uuid = 6249a51a-fbd8-ce64-e784-f7f1d1e7592c+
    +          panicstr = kernel heap corruption detected+
    +          panicstack = genunix:kmem_error+4f6 () | genunix:kmem_slab_free+2e1 () | genunix:kmem_magazine_destroy+df () | genunix:kmem_depot_ws_reap+5e () | genunix:kmem_cache_reap+76 () | genunix:taskq_thread+22e () | unix:thread_start+8 () |+
    +          crashtime = 1356782904+
    +          panic-time = December 29, 2012 01:08:24 PM CET CET+
    +     (end fault-list[0])+

    +     fault-status = 0x1+
    +     severity = Major+
    +     __ttl = 0x1+
    +     __tod = 0x50deddf0 0x34a5ff30+

    Is it helpful somehow? Do you think that I could make my WiFi work with Solaris 10? I think that I will give Solaris 10 a try...

    Kind regards
    Piotr

    Edited by: 978419 on 2012-12-30 17:13

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